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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 

DEVOTED TO 

GENEALOGY, HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY. 

Official Organ of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 

The publication of an exact transcript of the Genealogical Records of 
New Hampshire is the special province of the magazine. 



yol. i. 

July 1903— April 1904. 



DOVER, N. H. 
CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 

1904. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME I. 

July 1903— April 1904. 

Book Notices 

Devon and Cornwall Record Society 

Donations 

Dover Tax Rate, 1648 

Durham Genealogical Records 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 

Friends Records, Dover, N. EL, Monthly Meeting. 

Marriages .... 

Index of Persons 

New Castle Genealogical Records 

Town Tax 1720 (Island Side List) 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 

New Hampshire Genealogical Society, The 

Act of Incorporation 

List of Officers, 1903 

By-Laws 

Donations 

New Jersey's Indebtedness to New Hampshire. 

O. B. Leonard 145 

Notes and Queries 32, 80, 110, 180 

Notice .... .... 109 

Portsmouth Genealogical Records 1 

Strawberry Bank Landgrants and Deeds 1 

Subscription Lists, 1658 and 1666 9 

Subscription List, 1671 11 

Gravestone Inscriptions in Point of Graves Cemetery 13 

Rye Genealogical Records 33, 81, 129 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 33, 81, 129 

Strath am Genealogical Records 183 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 183 



32, 


107, 182 




108 




109, 182 




177 




97, 151 




97, 151 


49, 


113, 161 


49, 


113, 161 




193 




21 




21 




23 




29, 73 




29 




31 




73 




79 




G 

X 






INTRODUCTION. 

New Hampshire was settled in 1623, and in genealogical 
and historical records is one of the richest states in America. 
There has been for many years a growing interest in genea- 
logical research. The New Hampshire Genealogical Society 
was incorporated by special act of the legislature, approved 
February 24, 1903, and was organized on the ninth day of 
the following month. With the advent of the new society, 
the need of a magazine, devoted to New Hampshire gene- 
alogy and the interests of the society, was felt at once. The 
by-laws provide for such a magazine and fix its name. An 
arrangement has been entered into whereby the editor as- 
sumes its support and conduct, and though under private 
management, it is the official organ of the society. 

The chief object of this magazine is to preserve, by pub- 
lication therein, the genealogical records of New Hampshire. 
There are many town histories having a large space devoted 
to genealogies, which, as published, are often incorrect and 
incomplete, depending upon the extent of the research of 
the author, but the publication, in full, of the original 
records from which these genealogies are compiled, is seldom 
or never attempted. 

In publishing the original records, an exact transcript, 
verbatim et literatim, will be given, which in every case will 
be verified with the utmost care and pains, and a reference 
to the original record, book and page, will follow or precede 
each record. The records will be printed each town or city 
by itself, under running titles, and these divided into sub- 
titles. The records include births, marriages, deaths, inten- 
tions of marriage, gravestone inscriptions, baptisms, admis- 
sions and dismissions from the churches, tax lists, 
subscription lists, landgrants, town meeting records, probate 
records and original wills, deeds, civil and criminal court 
records, proprietors records, Bible records, diaries, journals, 
letters, obituary notices, parish records, colonial, provincial 
and state records, Revolutionary and other soldiers' muster 
and pay rolls, only a part of which have as yet been pub- 
lished, genealogical records from England and other places 



INTRODUCTION 

pertaining to New Hampshire families, old newspaper news- 
items, &c. Nine-tenths of the public records are not in- 
dexed, and none of them have an index of names. There 
will be printed at the end of each volume a complete index 
of names. 

Genealogical sketches of the families of the early settlers 
will occasionally be inserted, together with biographical 
notices of persons prominent in New Hampshire history, or 
descended from New Hampshire ancestors, also the Pro- 
ceedings of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 

The Editor. 



EXPLANATION. 

The following abbreviations will sometimes be used. Ref- 
erences to records by giving the initial letter, the number of 
volume in Roman numerals, and page in figures thus : 
(P. T. R., I: 10.) would be the abbreviation for Portsmouth 
Town Records, Volume 1, page 10. All words that are un- 
intelligible or torn off are represented by leaders .... 

In the genealogies : bapt. for baptized ; b. for born ; m. 
for married : d. for died ; dau. for daughter. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



Vol. I. Dover, N. H., July, 1903. No. 1. 

GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF 
PORTSMOUTH . 



STRAWBERRY BANK LANDGRANTS AND DEEDS. 

[Volume I of the Town Records of Strawberry Bank has been lost, 
and Volume II beginning in 1652, has a record of but few of the grants 
made prior to the beginning of the book, only those that for some 
reason were re-recorded or had never been recorded. Volume II is now 
known as Volume I of Portsmouth Town Records. Strawberry Bank 
was settled in 1623, and its name was changed to Portsmouth, May 28, 
1653. The lirst record is that of the grant of the Glebe land, made 
May 25, 1640.] 

Whereas diuers & Sundry of the Inhabitants of the 
Lower end of Pascataquack whose names are hereunder 
written, of theire ffree & volluntary mind good wills & as- 
sents without constraint or compulsion of any maner of 
person or persons, haue granted giuen & contributed, 
diuers & seuerall sums of moneys toward y e building erect- 
ing and founding of a parsonage house, w th achappell thereto 
united as alsoe fiftie acres of Glebe land w ch is anexed & 
giuen to y e s d parsonage. That is to say twelue Acres 
thereof adjoyneth to y e s d parsonadge house & Layd out al- 
ready by meetes & bounds, the South part abbutteth upon 
the edg of y e salt creeke marsh & soe trendeth along beyond 
Roger Knights field, on y e North part it Extends towards 
Strabery banke creeke on y e North East toward y e Riuer 
Pascattaquack ending at the great pyne by the house, & y e 
west stretcheth up into the mayn land, whereof there is three 
acres or thereaboutes already inclosed w th a pale for a Corne- 
feild and a garden thereto belonging the Residue of y e 50 
Acres being 38 is thus to be taken, that is to say y e full 
tenth part of y e fresh marish lying at y e head of Strawbery 



2 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

banke Creeke, & y* being meeted & bounded to take the Re- 
mainder of y e 38 acres next adjoyning to y e s d marsh soe 
Layd out, w ch s d ground at y e time of y e building thereon 
was desolate & void, Now y e s d Inhabitants aforesay d by theire 
comon assent & consent toward y e furtherance & Aduance- 
nient of y e honor & Glory of God, doe giue Grant alieue & 
Sett ouer unto Thomas Walford & Henry Sherburne church 
Wardens of this parish to them & theire successors all the 
s d parsonage house Chappell Corne Held, Garden Glebe lauds 
w th y e Appurtinances, w th all o 1 right title Interest in & to 
y e sayd p r misses, to remane endure, & continue in perpetuitie 
for Euer, to y e use of y e aforesd parish. And that y e s d 
church wardens Their successors & either of them w ch are 
yeerly to be chosen by y e s d parishoners, be deemed & ad- 
judged only as ffeeofees in trust to y e use & behoofe of the 
s d parish, & y* during y e continuation of this Combination, 
The Gouernor & Assistants for the year being, as alsoe after 
y e desolution of the s d Combination by his majestie Two of 
y e principall men of the s d parish w ch shall Likewis yearly be 
chosen by the s d parishoners, who joyntly with the church 
wardens shall haue the ruleing, ordering & Gouerning y e s d 
parsonage house, chapell Glebe land for matters of building 
reparations or ornaments thereto belonging. 

Prouided alwayes y* neither y e s d Gouern r Assistants ouer- 
seers or church wardens theire successor or either of them 
shall not alienate, giue, grant, bargaine, sell or conuert to 
any other vse y e s d parsonadge house, chapell, feild, Garden, 
Glebe Land or any y e premisses, to any maner of person or 
persons without y e comon assent and consent of all y e s d 
parishoners. And w*soeuer act or Conueyance they shall 
make contrary to y e true intent and meaning aforesd shal be 
utterly voyd & of none effect. 

And for as much as y e s d parishoners haue founded & 
built y e sayd parsonadge house, chaple w th y e Appurtinances 
at theire owne proper costs & charges & haue made choyse 
of m r Richard Gibson to be y e first parson of y e s d parsonadge, 
soe likewise whensoeuer the s d parsonage happen to be 
voyd by death of y e Incumbent or his time agreed upon Ex- 
pired, That then the patronadge p r sently & Nomynation of 
y e parson to be vested & remane in y e power & election of y e 
s d parishoners or y e greater part of them for euer : Giuen 
under o r hands & Seales this 25 of May 1640 in y e Sixteenth 



STRAWBERRY BANK LANDGRANTS. 3 

year of y e Reign of o r Souern Lord Charles by y e Grace of 

God King of England : &c. 

ffrancis Williams Gouern r Henry Sherburne 

Ambros: Gibbins assistant John Lander 

W m Jones. Henry Taler 

Renald ffernald : Jn° Jones 

Jn° Crowther W m Berry [Seal] 

Anthony Bracket Jn° Pickering 

Michaell Chatterton Jn° Billing [Seal] 

Jn° Wall : Jn° Wotten 

Robert Puddington Nicholas Row 

Mathew: Coe 

W m Palmer 

(P. T. R., 1:97.) 

At a meeting hild the . 25. of August : 1645 : 
It also granted this present day that the Illand .... Called, 
Clamperinge Illand, shall wholly belong .... Thomas Wil- 
liams with all its apurtenancis as h and marsh, &c 

(P. T. R., 1 : 3.) 

At a Town mee tinge at Strawbery banke the 15 th of Au- 
gust : 1646 : 
It is ordered that John Pickringe shall haue fower Ackers 
of marsh in the fresh marsh : which fower Ackers liethe at 
the entery of the marsh, vpon the South Side of the Creeke 
as it is marked out : & also fouer of salt marsh at the great 
house ajouninge to the great paund in the South side, and 
next to James Johnson on the east side and Anthony brakit 
on the west: 

Signed by : John . Renals \ 

John . Crouther I taken out of the 
& William. Berry ) ould Booke 

(P. T. R., I : 8.) 

At a meeting hild the August the : 15, 1646 : 

it is granted Renald ffernald is to haue fower of marsh 

at the great house which marsh lieth .... gutter on the 
south, olliuer trimings o . . he e . . north goodman Bart- 
ton on the east ; and also he ... . fower acers of marsh 
more at the fresh .... be both marked out at this present. 

(P. T. R., 1 : 3.) 

At a Toune metinge hild at Strabery banke the : 4 : of 
march : 1646 



4 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

It was granted that John Sherborn should haue a hou . . 
. . . And aportenancis. belonging thearvnto . at the head of 
.... betwene williame Sevy and Henry Sherborn: 

(P. T. R., I : 3.) 
Att a Towne meetinge hild the tenth day of July 1648 
Whearas thear was, by a former acte of the Town granted 
vnto the parssonage house, the full tenth parte of the fresh 
. . arsh, with vpland to belonge thear unto, and as yeat, the 
tenth . . . Cannot be knowne; by Reson it is not yeat 
messured nor laid out : wee whos names are vnder wrierhten 

do assigne vnto ssennage yeuse ; fower ackers 

of the before named fresh .... next westward of the 

marsh of m r fransis williames in his time hee 

mowed : and vpon the south sid of . . . . shet or brooke : 
the which marshe was never mowed . . . .in wittnes whear- 
of wee do hearvnto sett our hands 

signed by = Renald Fernald 
William Seauy 
Robert Pudington 
(P. T. R., I : 8.) 

At a meeting hild the : 10: of July: 1648 

this day in presence of the town william B* giuene 

vnto : Anthony Ellins : possesion of his .... house and eaight 
ackers of land lyinge .... sayd house and also all his 

Right and tit the date hearof in the fresh 

Renald (P. T. R., 1 : 3.) 

ng hild .... day of ... . 1648 

It is likewise granted this day that Henry Sherborn may mow 
the fresh marsh that lyeth beyound william Sevys westward 
about. 2. mills, not befor mowed he is to haue twentie 
Acker of the sayd marshe. (P. T. R., I : 4.) 

At a Toune meeting hild at Strabery bank the last of 
Jenuary. 1648 

1 — It is granted by the Commone Consent that william 
Berry shall haue a lott vpon the neck of land vpon the 
south side of the littell Riuer at the Sandie beach : 

2 — It is ordered by the Common Consent that Robert Pud- 
ington is to haue a lott vpon the north side of the littell 
Riuer at the Sandie beach : 

3 — It was also granted vnto Robert Dauis by the Commone 
Consent a lotte in Sagamors Creeke next poynt west of 
John Moysis: 
*Probably Berry. 



STRAWBERRY BANK LANDGRANTS. 5 

4 — It is likewise granted Edward Bartton that no man shall 
sitt doune betwen him and John Crouders : Raylls 

(P. T. R., 1 : 25.) 

At a metting hild the : 11 : of June : 1649 : 
This day Thomas williams hath Resigned all his Right and 
titell vnto Clampering Illand, into the hands of Richard 
kinge. and what marshis the toun before the dat hearof had 
granted vnto hime : (P. T. R., 1 : 25.) 

at a metting hild the : 13 : of August : 1649 : 
It was granted by the Common Consent that Anthony 
Brakitt shall haue a lott betwen Robert Pudington and 
william Berry, at the head of the Sandie beach fresh Riuer 
at the wester branch tharof : (P. T. R., I : 25.) 

at a meeting hild the . 22 . of October : 1649 : 
It is acknoliged this clay by Thomas walford that hee hath 

freely giuen all his Right and tittell he hath inioyed 

vpon the great Illand. vnto his sonne Jerimy walford : Ex- 
cepting what former .... hath giuen vnto allixsander 
Jones : (P. T. R., 1 : 25.) 

At a meettinge hild the : 7 : of aprell: 1651 : 
It is granted this towne meetinge that m r Ambrose Lanne or 
his assignes shall haue ffree libertie to fall any timber lieinge 
in Common, for the uese of his mills in Sagamor Creke : and 
to lett any perticuler man in the limmits of Straberry banke 
towne. to haue boards on shilling in a hundred ffoot Cheap- 
per then the price that he selleth vnto others, prouided that 
it be for their oun particuler ues : exept building of ships 
and barks, or boats, thay are to pay the prise Curante. 

(P. T. R., 1 : 5.) 

At a generall toune meetinge the . 7 . of aprell : 1651 : 

It is granted that John Pickringe shall haue te of 

marsh in Cace he Can find any voyd not yeat .... or mad 
youse of by any of the said inhabitants : .... of the said 
marsh thought to lie voydbefore the me .... house which 
John Pickring haue promised to fence. (P. T. R., 1 : 1.) 

At a generall meeting hild the : 7 : of aprell : 1651 : 
It was granted this meeting that Anthony Ellins ha . . . 
giuen vnto hime the Illand between John wottons and 
Clampering Illand : (P. T. R., 1 : 1.) 

At a Towne meetinge hild the : 20 : of may: 1651 
It is granted this Towne meeting : that John : webster shall 



6 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

haue, the huse sould by JefFry. Ragge : to Roger knight on 
the great Illand, and likwise eaight ackers of land near 
ajoyninge . to be laied by the Tounsmen . fower Rods at the 
watter side and the Rest to goe bake : (P. T. R., 1 : 5.) 

At a metinge the : 20 : of may : 1651 
This day John Sherborn is granted hime three ackers . . 
.... at the sandy beach : which is not yeat apropriated if 
.... thear to be had (P. T. R., 1 : 3.) 

At a Towne meetinge liild the : 7 : of Jnlly : 1651 : 
It is likewise agreed one this Toune meetinge that Jerinry 
walford shall haue twenty ackers of land liinge near his house 
one the great Illand and one the easter side of the said house. 

(P. T. R., I : 5.) 

At a meetinge hild the 11 : of August : . . 51 
It was granted vnto m r Pindelton in the behalfe of m r Wil- 
liam Paine, a parsill of land for a husse and gard . . . be- 
twen the ould Docters feild and the poynt vpon the east sid 
of the Coue next below Wottons necke (P. T. R., 1 : 5.) 

At a meeting hild the : 11 : of august : 1651 : 
It was granted this day by the Common Consent . . . Allix- 
sander Bacheler shall haue a lotte vpon .... Called pom- 
fres poynt : so that he hinder not any .... of former priui- 

lidge of landing vpon the gr (P. T. R., 1 : 3.) 

' Aprill the 5 th 1652 
2 — It is granted this day that m r Richard Cut is to haue a 
lotte betwen the fresh marsh Creke and the next freshet 
below the fall . and so vpward towards his marsh . all which 
is to be layed out . at the present Townsmens discission for 
a ffarme (P. T. R., I: 7.) 

Taken out of the ould book May (. 52 
[George Wa-]lton is granted six ackers of lande within on 
.... disorderly Closed in vpon the great Illand .... 
ackers is to be taken vpon the south side . . . e foot pathe : 
this was granted at the great Illand 

Brian. Pendlton Jams. Johnson John. Pickring Renald. 
Fernald (P. T. R., 1 : 8.) 

At a Towne meettinge hild the 13 th of September 1652 
2 — It is granted vnto Joseph Pendilton on ffull acer of 

land vpon the great Illand b} r the Commone Consent 
3 — It is granted vnto georg walton vpon the great Illand on 
*Probably George Walton. — Ed. 



STRAWBERRY BANK LANDGRANTS. i 

acer of land neare vnto his house at the descresion of the 
Townsmen to be layed out. (P. T. R.,I : 10.) 

Be it Knowne vnto all men by theas presents that I Roger 
Knight of Strabery banke . haue granted, bargined & sould 
vnto Hirculus Humpkins a plantation lyinge in Strabery 
banke with all Right titells and priuilidgis and possessions that 
I the sayd Roger Knight haue belonginge vnto the sayd planta- 
tion,for the sume of three score and ten pounds of good and law- 
full mony of niue England, ten pound to be paied the twentieth 
day of nouember, next inseuinge the date hearof, and ten 
pounds the . 20th of the next inseuing Jeune, and twenty 
pounds to be paid the next Springe Sesone after the date 
hearof which will bee : 1653 : and thirty pound the next 
Rock, sesone after the former date (: 53) and hearvnto I 
haue inter Changabull put my hand the eaightenth of the 
seuenth month : 1652 : 

witnes Huphry Humber 

the mark R of Roger 

Knight 

the mark HH of Harculus 

Hum .... 

a triue Coppie taken from the 

originall by mee 

Renald Fernald : 

(P. T. R., 1 : 14.) 

At a meetinge hild the 7 th of Desember 1652 
5 — It is granted vnto Richard Seward : a lott vpon the 

norther sid of Strabery banke Creek ouer against m r 

Campions hous : and betwen the two freshits westward : so 

that he build thear up . . within on year after this grante 

(P. T. R., 1:11.) 

This presente wrightinge witnesseth that whearas thear is 
a Condition fully Concluded, betwene m r Clemment Cam- 
pion of Strabery Banke of the on party ; and Roger Knight 
of the same place of the other party : That is to say the 
said Clemment Campione. hath fully and Rally . deliuered 
into possesion vnto the sayd Roger Knigh. the house 
housses and lands thearvnto belonginge. which hath bine in 
former time the house housses of m r fransis Raines . and 
sould vnto the sayd Clemente by ffransis Raines : so longe as 
the said Roger and his wiffe anne doth Hue or ether of 
theme . and in Cace thay both die . before the sayd Clemente 



8 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

then the said Clemment Campion is to inioy the said place 
as fully and ampully as beffore the date hearofe : and likwise 
in Case the said Clemment Campion . doth die before the 
said Roger and his wiffe anne . or ether of theme, then the 
said Roger or his wiffe anne . the longest liuer of ether partie 
to posses and inioy the said plantation before menshoned for 
euer . whearunto wee haue both of us sette our hands the 
: 23 : day of Desember : 1652 : 

witnes Clement Campion 

ffransis : Champernowne the mark R of Roger Knight 

Henry Sherburne 

a true Coppie Compared with the originall 
by mee 

Renald Fernald 

(P. T. R., I : 23.) 

January the : 12 : 1652 : 

Know all men by theas psence that I Thomas ffurson and 
Roger Knight are agreed for the Illand before the house of 
master Clement Campione . which is Called by the name of 
furs . . . Illand : and I Roger Knighte ame to giue vnto 
Thomas f urson for the before named Illand on whight and 
bl . . . . heffer, and to winter hir, and to giue Thomas ffur- 
son twelue shillings . & six pence the first of Juen next after 
the date hearof 

witnes . William Palmer 
John Webster, the younger 

John. Pickring Thomas f urson 

Compared with the originall, a true Coppy by : 

Renald Fernald 

(P. T. R., I : 23.) 

Janury the 13th 1652 : 
it was granted vnto georg walton : 30 : foot of land at the 
watter sid for the buildinge a store house vpon the e aster 
side of the grauilly Coue next his house . so that it be not 
vpon another mans former Righte (P. T. R., 1 : 12.) 

At a meeting the. 13 th of Jenuary 1652 
1 — It is granted that each Inhabitant is to haue out Lotts of 
.... acordinge vnto the order vnder wrighten 



SUBSCRIPTION LISTS, 1658 AND 1666. 



9 



acers 



[Tom] 



vnto m T Briant. Pendilton 


30 


Allixsande . Bacheler 


>< 


m r Eicliard. Cut 


45 


Jemmy . Walford 


a 


ni r Leaders hous 


45 


Eransis. Trikee 


a 


Richard. Commons 


45 


George . Walton 


n 


for Ro-kn-Arcullus. hump- 




Rober . Mustell 


i. 


kins 


50 


John . Wotton 


u 


Walter. Abbit 


30 


John . Pickringe 


c< 


William. Cotton 


20 


John. Jones 


Si 


John. Jackson 


10 


John Hart [ ?] 


It 


William. Hame 


50 


acers 


Edward. Barton 


20 


Antony Ellin s 


25 


Nicholis. Row 


50 


Renald ffernald 


50 


John. Moy sis 


15 


John. Webster 


15 


m r Ambros. Lane 


25 


Robert. Pudington 


10 


William. Brookins 


10 


goodman . Chaterton house 


10 


Thomas Walford 


50 


Henry . Becke 


10 


Thomas Peuerly 


20 


William Euins 


10 


John. Sherborne 


30 


Captin . Champernon 


50 


Henry. Sherborn 


50 


Antony . Brakite 


30 


William. Seuy [Torn] 


Richard Seward 


10 


William. Berry 


a 


m r Masons house 


15 


Thomas. Seuy 


a 


m r Campions house 


10 


Ollyuer. Trmings 


({ 


Joseph Pendilton 


10 


James . Johnsone 


a 







granted vnto m r Richard Cut tene ackers in the fresh 
marsh if it be thear to be had not hindring John Pick- 
rings grant 
2 — It is granted vnto m r Richard Commins ten trees and 
unto William Cotton ten trees. (P. T. R., 1 : 11-12.) 



SUBSCRIPTION LISTS, 1658 & 1666. 



A true transcript of those that 
& 1666 to the maintainance of y e 

At a Gen. Towne Meeting 14 : 12 m° 



Subscribed in the. yeeres 1658 
Minist. 



Jn° Moses 
W m Brookin 
James Leech 
ffran Rann 
An° Brackett 
Wat r Neale 
Geo : Walton 
Ph : Griffin 



jL s. d. 
01: 00: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00. 10: 00 
00: 15: 00 
01: 15: 00 
00: 15: 00 
02: 00: 00 
00: 10: 00 



Jn° Jackson s r 
Tho Onyon 
W m Ham 
Tho : ff urzen 
Tho : Auery 
W m Morris 
Tho: Hinckson 
Allexsa : Batcheler 
Jos: Walker 



01: 05: 00 
01: 00: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 05: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 14: 00 
00: 12: 00 



10 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 



Tho : Peuerly 
Bob 1 Dauis 
Eieh : Jackson 
Jos : Atkins 
Charles Allen 
Jn° Jones 
Jn° Hall 
W m Seauy 
Toby Langdon 
Edw : Barton 
Jn° Sargent 
Jn° ffoss 
Kath : Drake 
m r Mason 
Tho: Walford 
Hen: Sherburn 
Eich : Cutt 

Jn° Sherburne 

Eob : Puddington 

Ph : Lewis 

Jn° Hart 

Jn° Cutt 

Capt Bry. Pendleton 

Eich : Comings 

m r Th : Broughton 

Jn° Johnson 

ffran. Drake 

An Ellins 

W m Cotten 

Hen : Beck 

Eich : Abbett 

Leon. Weekes 

Eob 1 Elliot 

Edw : Clarke 

Jer : Walford 



£, s. d. 
00: 14: 00 
00: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 15: 00 
01: 00: 00 
02: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 15: 00 
00: 15: 00 
00: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
01: 00: 00 
01: 10: 00 
02: 00: 00 
05: 00: 00 
01: 10: 00 
00: 05: 00 
01: 10: 00 
00: 15: 00 
05: 10: 00 
05: 00: 00 
02: 00: 00 
02: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 16: 00 
01: 06: 08 
01: 00: 00 
00: 05: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 15: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 06: 00 



Wat r Abbett 
Sam. Haynes 
Tho: Wedg 
Quince Smith 
Her : Hunking 
Jn° Hunking 
James Johnson 
m r Vail : Hill 
m r Eic : Martin 
Eich : Slooper 
Eog r Knight 
Hen : Sauidg 
Kic : Eow 
Eic : Saward Sen r 
Jn° : Webster 
Math: Ham 
Eob 1 Mattoone 
Jn° : Lock 

Edw : Melcher 

Dan : Paull 

M r Eyeres 

Bar : Square 

Jn° : Odiorne 

Jn° Pickering 

Eob : Mussell 

Widow ffernald 

Tho : Seauy 

old Chanler 

Eic : Saward Jun r 

Allex : Jones 

W m Lux 

Geo : Jones 

Jos : Eoger 

James Pendleton 



00: 15: 00 
01: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
01: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
02: 10: 00 
01: 10: 00 
02: 00: 00 
00: 15: 00 
01: 00: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 05: 00 
01: 00: 00 
01: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 15: 00 
00: 10: 00 



(P. T. P., I : 111.) 



At a Gen Towne Meeting y e 8 th March : [16] ff 
The Names of those that subscribed towards m r Mody that came 
since y e yeere 58 or did not then subscribe & of such as have 
Lessened w l they then gave. 
Marke Hunking 
Jos Moss 
Jn° Kettle 
Subsc in 58 Eich. 

Sloper 
Tho: Jackson 
W m Earle 



01: 00: 00 Jn° Bruester 

00: 10: 00 Jn° Clarke 

00: 10: 00 Steven Graff urn 

Tho: Dennis 

00: 10: 00 Jeff: Curryer 

00: 15: 00 Jn° Marden 

00: 10: 00 Phil: Benmore 



00: 08: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 10: 00 
01: 00: 00 
00: 10: 00 
00: 09: 00 
00: 06: 00 



SUBSCRIPTION LISTS, 1671. 



11 



£ 

Jn° Kennestone 00: 

M r Geo: Wollis 01: 

Edm: Greene 01: 

Jn° Amenteene 00: 

Edw: West 01: 

Rich: Stileman 00: 

M r Abra: Corbett 01: 
Sub: 58 Jn° Jackson 

Sen r 01: 

Charles Gleeden 01: 

m r Ric: Tucker 00: 
Ro : Shares 4 days 

worke 00: 

m r W m Vaughan 02: 



s. 


d. 


Jn° Partridg 


00 


10: 


00 


M r Nath : ffryer 


02 


10: 


00 


Sub : 58 James John- 


00: 


00 


son 


01 


10: 


00 


Sub : 58 Jn° : Sher- 




10: 


00 


burne 


01 


13: 


00 


Dermont Ush r 2 




10: 


00 


dayes 
Ph : Russell 3 days 


00 


10: 


00 


wor 


00 


00: 


00 


Phil: Nick 


00 


10: 


00 


Jn° Pickering Jun r 


00 






Sub. 58 Jn° Lock 


00 


08: 


00 


(P. T. R., 


I: 


12: 


00 







: 10: 00 
: 10: 00 

: 00: 00 

: 00: 00 

: 04: 00 

: 06: 00 

: 05: 00 
: 10: 00 
: 05: 00 
112.) 



SUBSCRIPTION LIST, 1671. 

ffree Subscriptions towards rn r Moodys Mayntenance for y e 
yeare 1671, began to be taken the 17th day of March at the 
Meeting house. 



Hen: Derings Diuision 

£ s d 
Cap 1 Pendleton 5 

m r ffryer 5 

Hen: Dering 2 10 

John Lewis 1 

Sain: Wentworth 15 

Jos: Moss 12 

Tho: Parker 10 

W m Lux 10 

Ja: Johnson 10 

John Amusseen 8 

Vsher Derman 5 

Tho : Jones 5 

Daniel Molton (more as) 5 
John Partridge 15 

John Clarke 1 

Ja : ffryer 10 

Jn° Terry 5 

Joakim Harvey 1 10 

Rob 1 Elliott 
Sam : Trueworgey 
Edw : West will pay 

w' he can 
Peter Pesgraue 5 

Ja : Payne 



Dauid Kemble will doe 

w' before 
ffr : Tucker will doe 

somthing 
Gilbert ffergison 10 

Rich : Stileman in silu r 13 
Steph : Grafham 10 

Biall Lambe 10 

Tho : Gubtayle 
Rob 1 he will 
Alex : Jones 5 

Siluester Harbut 10 

John Kettle 10 

Ja : Robinson Cooper 
Charles Benmore 
W m Graves 5 

W m Broad 6 

Doc r Couch 

Edw : Carter J r 8 

Jn° ffurnel 

m r Elias Stileman will 
Edw : Clarke 
Ja : Leach will pay 

m r Moody 
Rich : Harvie (D. Molton 5 
Allin Loyd 



12 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH 






£ 


s. d. 


Jn° Holmes 


5 


Aron Pharez 






Jn° Presson 


5 


Andrew Cranch N. F, 




5 


Jn° Whidden 


6 


Sam : ffurnel 




10 


W m Lucomb 


4 


Edw : Handle 




5 


Rob* Puddington 
Tho : Onion 


10 

8 


John Hunkins D 


iuision 


Geo : Jones 


3 


m r John Cutt 


7 




Rich : Shortridge 


6 


m r Rich : Cutt 


7 




Rich : Munson 


5 


in r Rich : Martin 


9 


10 


Ja : Drew 


7 


m r Tho : Daniel 


2 


10 


Sam : Whidden 


10 


m r Mattoone 




15 


Anth : Ellins 


12 


Sam : Clarke 




15 


Rich : Dore 


5 


W m Earle 




10 


W m Walker 


2 


John Pickerin 


1 




Neh : Partridge 


1 


Xtop r Jose 


1 


2 


Abra : Nolton will 




Tho : ffollonsby 




10 


Peter Glandfeild 


10 


m r Shipway 


1 




Ja : Skate 


10 


m r Star 




15 


Tho : Jackson 


15 


John Sayward 




10 


Rich : Cummis 


2 


Obadia Moss 




10 


Jn° Bruster 


12 


Edw : Melcher 




5 


Jn° Shurband Sen r 


1 


Rich : Sampson 






Jn° Westerbrooke 


10 


Tho : Wakeham 




12 


Hen : Sauage 


10 


Tho : Due 






Edw Bickford can not 




Rich : Richards 




5 


Rob 1 Lang 


6 


Rich : Jackson 


1 




Widdow Hunkins will 




Rob 1 demons 




10 


pay m r Moody 




Phill : Seferat 




5 


Marke Hunkins 




John Hunckins 


1 


5 


Jn° Jackson 20 s or 


15 


Sam : Cate 




10 


Widdow Jackson will 




Tho : Accaby 




10 


pay m r Moody 




Jn° Sampson 






Jn° Lattefar 




John Dennit 


1 




Lattefer 




Edw: Cowel 




10 


Caleb Stephen 


5 


Jn° Tucker 


1 




Nath : White 


7 


Lodowick ffowler 






ffr : Jones 


5 


Caleb Beck 






Jn° Bandfeild 


6 


*Josian Clarke 






W m Cotton 


15 


W m Ham 






Rich : Webber 




W m Vaughan 






Jn° Barsham 


4 


Tho : Tibbott 






Rich : Lewis 


5 


Tho : Harvy 










m r ffl etcher 


1 1 












Nath : Drakes Diuision 


W m Cottons Diuisior 


L 


W m Seavy 


1 5 


W m Brookeing 




9 


Geo: Wallis 


1 10 


•Perhaps intended for Josiah. 






Anthony Brackett 


1 



INSCRIPTIONS, POINT OF GRAVES CEMETERY. 



13 





£sd 


Nath : Drake 


15 


ffr : Rand 


15 


Phill : Odiorne 




Tho : Seavy 


10 


John Soper 1 bushell 




Jn° Berry 


5 


Corne 




Ja : Berry 


5 


Walter Neales Diuision 


Jn° Mardin 


5 


Samuel Haynes 


1 10 


Jn° Odihorne 


1 


Phill : Lewis 


1 10 


Ja : Randall 


14 


Charles Allin 


10 


Sam 11 Shurband 


10 


Jn° Backer 


5 


Hen : Shurband will 




Tho : Bracket 


8 


not subscribe 




W m Davis 


2 


Rich : Sloper will not 




Tho : Avery 


5 


subscribe 




Leo d Weekes 


15 


Jn° Moses 


15 


Rob* Hinckson 


4 


Tho : Creber 


9 


Jos : Atkinson 


5 


Good m Beck 


3 


Walter Neale 


15 


ni r Leare 




Jn° Johnson 


10 


Widdow Peverly 


5 


Jn° Kennistone 




Jos : Waker 


5 


Jn° Hall will 




ffer Ohf 




Abel Addams 





6 



The aboue is Coppie of w l y e selectmen delivered vnto m r 
Moody drawne out to the lines the 10 th of Aprill being within 
the time voted at the Generall Towne meeting. 

(P. T. R., I: 154-155.) 



GRAVESTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN POINT OF GRAVES 

CEMETERY. 

At a Generall Meeting on y e 24 th of May 1671. 

Whereas there hath Long bin a Controversy between the 
Towne & Jn° Pickerin about the Propriety of the burying 
Place upon the neck of land on which he now Liveth, there is 
by mutuall Consent betwixt both Parties this agreem 1 made, and 
finall Issue putt to the s d Controversie as f olloweth, viz : That 
the Towne shall have free Liberty with out any Molestation to 
Inclose about halfe an acre of land on the s d Place where People 
have been wont to be buried, which said land shal be Impropri- 
ated for ever unto y e use of a burying place, only y e s d John 
Pickerin and his Heires for ever shall have y e liberty of feeding 
the said Land with neat Cattle with out any molestation from 
any of the Towne aforesaid; Provided if any of the fence be 
broaken downe by occation of his feeding it, y e s d Pickerin his 
Heires &c : shal be obliged to make it up within two days after 
it is so broaken downe, the Land is already Laid out and bound- 
ed & staked by y e Selectmen and John Pickerin, thus viz : 



u 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 



the South line nine Rod, y e westward five Rod, the Northward 
line six Rod, the North East two Rod, & Eastward six rod, the 
same right & title that the said Pickerin hath formly had, 
he his Heires & Assignes shall have forever. Provided also 
that the Towne or any of them, as there is occation shall have 
liberty to pass over the land of the s d Pickerin to bury their 
dead. This Agreem* was voted & consented to by y e Towne at 
y e s d . Grail Towne meeting Consented unto also by y e s d . John 
Pickerin at the time afores d . 

Here Lyes Intend y e 
Body of M rs Jane 

Meserue, Wife to Coll 
Nathaniel Meserue, 

Who Departed this Life 
June ye 18th Anno Domni 1747. 
in ye 30 th Year of Her 



Age. 



(P. T. R., 1 : 150.) 

NEHEMIAH PARTRIDGE 
DIED FEB 1 ? Y e 12 
1709 IN Y e 46 

YEAR OF HIS AGE 
WILLIAM PARTRIDGE 
DIED MAY Y e 13 

1718 IN Y e 47 

YEAR OF HIS AGE 



HERE LYES Y e BODY OF 
M rs ELIZABETH PEIRCE 
WIFE TO M r GEORGE 
PEIRCE DEC d MAY 

Y e 4 th 1732 IN Y e 
45 th YEAR OF HER AGE 



HERE LYES Y e BODY 
OF THOMAS SON 
TO THOMAS & MARY 
PHIPPS DEC d JAN r y 
Y e 6 th 1712. 



HERE 


LYES "S 


_e BODY OF 


M r 


Samuel 


Waterhouse 


WHO 


DYED 


JANUARY 


THE 


^st 


1744/5 


AGED 


38 


YEARS 


all so 


M rs ELIZ tb 


Waterhouse 


the 


wife of 


m 1 Samuel 


Waterhouse 


Aged 29 



Years 



Dyed 



1736. 



JAMES LOVETT 

DIED APRIL Y e 

4 th 1718 IN Y e 

65 YEAR OF 

HIS AGE. 

JOHN CLARK 

AGED 29 YEARS 

DIED APRIL 

Y e 13. 

1694. 



HERE LYES BURIED, 
THE BODY OF M r 
JOHN PLAISTED JUN r 
AGED. 29. YEARS, 
DIED OCTOBER Y e 
12 th 1712. 



HERE LYES Ye BODY OF Mrs 
MEHETABLE GERRISH WIFE 
TO Mr BENJAMIN GERRISH 
AGED 21 YEARS WHO 
DECEASED JAN? Ye 3d 1715 
SHE LIVED BELOVED 
AND DIED1LAMENTED. 

HERE LYES BURIED 
Ye BODY OF Mrs 

ELIZABETH PIKE 
Ye WIFE OF DOCTER 
ROBERT PIKE AGED 

27 YEARS WHO 
DECEASED Ye 5th OF 
FEBRUARY IN Ye YEAR 

1719 OR 20. 



INSCRIPTIONS, POINT OF GRAVES CEMETERY. 



15 



Hen 


3 lies 


Interr'd 


M rs 


the Body 
Mary 


of 
March 




Relict 


of 


Doct r Clement March 


who 


Departed this Life 
April 7 tu 1759. 
.Etatis 80. 



Here lies Interr'd the Body of 

M rs Sarah Sargent 

who Departed this Life 

August 21 st 1771. 

iEtat 74. 

In Honor of, & Filial Respect 
& Affection to her Memory, 
this Stone is here Placed 
by her Children. 
The Memory of the Just is Blessed. 



HERE LYES 

Y e BODY 
ELIZABETH 
WIFE TO 



BURIED 
OF M rs 
PEIRCE 
M r 



JOSHUA PEIRCE 
DEC d JAN r ? 13, 1717/8 IN 
Y e 42* YEAR OF HER AGE 

M rs Deborah Griffith, 1771. 
Moses Griffith, 
Nathaniel Griffith, 
Nathaniel, Mart, 
William Griffith, 



1747. 
1771. 

and 



< Oi 



1738, 



1742. 



Here lies buried 

the Body of 

M rs Hannah Grant, 

Wife of 

Cap 1 John Grant, 

' who departed this Life 

Sept r the 18 th 1769. 

Aged 38 Years. 

" Our Life contains a thoufand 
springs, 
" And dies if one be gone : 
" Strange that a harp of thoufand 
strings 
" Should keep in tune so long." 



In Memory of 

Samuel Griffith Esq 1 

departed this Life 

Decem r 11 th , 1773, 

Aged 44 Years. 

NATHANAEL SON TO 
JOHN & DEBORAH 

GRIFFETH, AGED 21 
DAY 8 DEC d AUG st 21 st 1737 
MARY D A U r TO 

JOHN & DEBORAH 
GRIFFETH AGED 21 
DAY 8 DEC d OCT r 18 th 1738 

Here lies Buried 

the Body of 

M rs Abigail Cario. wife 

of M r William Cario. 

who Departed this Life. 
Sep tr 17 th 1767# 

in the 41 st Year of her Age. 

M rs ABIGAIL 
HART* 

HART,t 
Y e 21 st 173 
IN Y e 31" YEAR OF 
HER AGE 

Sacred 

to the Memory 

of 

Nath 1 Marshall Esq r , 

who died 

March 22, 1812. 

JEt 68. 



HERE LYES 

BUERYID Y e BODY 
OF ELIZEBTH 

BECK D cd JULY 
Y e 7 1746 E 62. 

*Foot stone. 
tBroken stone. 



16 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 



Here lies 

deposited the body of 

Mrs. Elizabeth Drisco, 

consort of 

Capt. James Drisco, 

who departed this life 

August 25, 1805, 

JEtat 54. 

In her vjas united the amiable & 
affectionate wife a tender & Indulgent 
mother & an agreeable friend. 
Sleep on sweet friend & take thy 

rest, 
God called the home, he thought it 

best 



John Rogers, Son 
of y e Eev nd M r 
Nathaniel, & 
M rs Sarah 



Rogers, 



Aged 5 



Years & 6 M° De * 
February 18 th 1719. 

HERE LYES Y e BODY 
OF M r SAMUEL JACKSON 
AGED 53 YEARS 
DEC d APRIL Y e 13 th 
1732 



Sacred 

to the Memory of 

Cap 1 James Drisco, 

who died 

March 19, 1812, 

m 62. 

Softly his dying head he lay, 
Upon his makers breast. 
His maker called his soul away, 
And here's his flesh at rest. 

IN 

MEMORY OF 

TWO INFANT CHILDREN 

OF 

William & Nancy Shaw. 
Abraham died May 4, 1817, 

Aged 4 £ mo 8 

Elizabeth died March 23 

1825, Aged 26 Mo s . 

JOHN HODDY AGED 
36 YEARS DECESED 
JULY, THE 17. 

1684. 
MARY KEAIS AGED 
58 YEARS. DECESED 
AUGUST. THE 17 th 

1711. 

M ' SAMUEL 

Jackson* 

*Probably a foot stone. 



HERE LYES ENTTRD 
Y e BODY OF ALLICE 
AYERS WIFE TO 
EDWARD AYERS AGED 
53 YEARS DIED Y e 
9 th OF FEBRUARY 
1717/8. 

[Broken stone.] 

30 Day 

17 2 

IN Y e 65 th YEAR 
OF HIS AGE 

HERE LYES Y e 
BODY OF JOHN 
MOULTON SON 
TO JOSEPH 
& ABIGAIL 
MOULTON DEC d 
OCTOBER Y e 
7 th 17 19 
IN 7 th Y^EAR 
OF HIS AGE 



JOHN SIMES Y e 
SON OF JOHN & 
HANNAH SIMES 
AGED 13 MONTHS & 
2 D s DEC d AUG 1 
Y e 2 d 17 2 5 



INSCRIPTIONS, POINT OF GRAVES CEMETERY. 



17 



Here lies the Body of 
Samuel Griffeth 

son of M r Samuel & 
M rs Abigail Griffeth 
who Died April 21 st 
1759 Aged 3 Years 
10 Months & 21 D 3 



Here lies the Body of 
Miles Ward Griffeth 
son of M r Samuel & 
M rs Abigail Griffeth 
who Died April 25 th 
1759 Aged 2 Years 
3 Months & 1 Day. 



HEBE LYETH 

Y e BODY OF 

SARAH BEDFORD 

DIED MAY Y e 16 

1695 

IN Y e 29 YEAR 

OF HER AGE 



HERE LYETH 

Y e BODY OF 

ELIZABETH FROST 

DIED MAY Y e 21 

1696 
IN Y e 14 YEAR 
OF HER AGE 



HERE LYES 

Y e BODY OF M ra 

ELIZABETH 

EL ATS OK 

AGED 45 YEARS 

DIED JAN r ? 

1704/5 



ELIZABETH 
DATT r TO Y e 
REVERAND M r 
NATHANIEL & 
SARAH ROGERS 
AGED 17 MONTHS 
DIED OCT br Y e 
30, 1704 



Here Lyes 
Y e Body of 
M r RICHARD 

WEBBER, 

Aged 82 
Years, Dec d 
May 25 th 1720. 



Here Lyes 
Y e Body of 
M rs Lyddia 
Webber, Wife 
to M r Richard 
Webber, Aged 
69 Years, 
who Dec d 
April 30 th 1721. 



At his own special request we have 

Here deposited the remains of 

Capt. DANIEL HUNTRESS 

who departed this life 

May 5, 1820 

Aged 65 Years. 

A WORTHY HONEST MAN 

[A verse, illegible now.] 



18 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 



To the Memory 
of M rs Deborah Griffith, wife of 
M r John Griffith, who departed 

this Life March 20 th A. D. 1771 Aged 65 Years. 



And the following Children of M r 
and M rs Deborah Griffith 

Moses Griffith Aged 20 Years, died A. D. 
Nathaniel Griffith Aged 31 Years, 
February 26 th A. D. 1771, Also, 
Nathaniel, Mary, and William 
Griffith, who died in Infancy, A. D. 
1737. 1738. 1742. 



John 

Viz. 
1747. 
died 



Here lyes y e Body of 
M rs Mary Jackson, Widow 
to M r Joseph Jackson, 
Who departed this Life on y e 
15 th day of June 1763, in y e 
90 th Year of Her Age. 



Here Lyes the 
Body of M r 
Joseph Small 
Dec d Octo br 4 th 
1720 in y e 40 th 
Year of His Age 



Mrs. Alice Safford, 

consort of 
M r Thomas Safford, 
died Jan. 14 th , 1805. 
JEtab. 26. 

She died in faith believing she 
was going to be with Christ, 
longing for glory & immortality. 
Forbear my friend to weep, 
Since death hath lost its sting. 
Those Christians, that in Jesus sleep 
Our God will ivith him bring. 



In memory of 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ayers, 

died 

Jan. 29, 1821, 

aged 81 years. 



Mr. William Safford, 

departed this life 

June 6, 1826, 

aged 26 years. 

In memory of 

Mrs. SABAH AYEBS, 

died Jan. 12, 1827, 

aged 66 years 

John Safford, 

departed this life 

Oct. 29, 1827, 

Aged 25 years. 

Mrs. Mary Safford, 

died 

March 1, 1832, 

aged 88 years. 

In Memory of 

M rs Elizabeth Lear 

wife of 

Cap* Tobias Lear 

who died July 21 st 1774 

Aged 58 Years. 

In Memory 

of 

CAB 1 TOBIAS LEAB 

ob l Nov r 6 Ul 1781, 

M 45. 



A wiVs a feather, & a Cheif a Rod: 
An honest man's the noblest work ot 
God. 



INSCRIPTIONS, POINT OF GRAVES CEMETERY. 



19 



Here lies the remains of 

M" Mary Lear, 
the widow of 
Capt n Tobias Lear, 

she died the 24 th of Now. 1829, 
Aged 90 years. 

Devoted in her attachments 
Ardent in her affections 

and 
Sincere in her piety 
She was long an example that 
The hoary head is a crown of 
Glory if it be found in the way of 
righteousness. 



ANNE. Y e WIFE 
OE. GEORGE 
JAFFREY. ESQ* 
AGED. 18 YEARS 
DEO DECMB r Y e 6 
1682. 

HERE LYES BURIED 

THE BODY OF 
M r JOHN SHACKFORD 
AGED 60 YEARS 
DIED OCT r Y e 3 d 
1738. 



MARY JACKSON 
DAU r TO SAMUEL 
& ELIZ th JACKSON 
AGED 1 YEAR & 
3 M° DYED AUG 1 
Y e 9 1729 



HERE LYES BURIED 
THE BODY OF 
M rs AGNIS SHURBURN 
AGED 33 YEARS 
DEC d OCT r Y e 10 th 
17 2 6. 



HERE 
LYETH BURIED 
Y e BODY OF 
JOHN JACKSON : 
AGED 33 YEARS 
DYED JANURY 
Y e 26 169£ 

Daniel Jackson son 
to M r Daniel Jackson JuN r & 
M rs Joanna Jackson 
a G ed 13 years & 
7 M° DEC d Nov r Y e 27 th 
1738. 



[Broken stone.] 
HERE 
M rs EL 
WIFE 

WINKLEY AGED 
& 11 MONTHS DECE 
APRIL Y e 6 th 

1723 



JOHN MOFFATT SON 
TO M r JOHN & M r8 
KATHERINE MOFFATT 
AGED 11 YEARS 8 M° 
& 12 D 8 DIED DEC 1 
Y e 17 th 1736. 

[Broken stone.] 
7 D DIED DEC 
10 th 1736. 



Benjamin, Son 

of M r Jofeph 
& M rs Keturah 
Allcock, Aged 

5 Mont hs & 25 D s 
Dec d Feb r y 28, 1720/1 



WILLIAM SON TO 
HENRY & SARAH 
NICHOLSON AGED 12 
DAY 8 DEC d MARCH 
Y e 19 th 1718 



20 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF PORTSMOUTH. 



SARAH LOUD* 
ABIGAIL LOUD 

Sacred 

To the memory of 

M r Joshua Lang Huntress, 

who died Dec T 21, 1802, 

JEt. 50. 

He bore a lingering sickness with 

patience, 
And met the King of terrors with a 

smile. 

Anna Huntress, 

ividotv of the late 

Capt. Joshua L. Huntress, 

died April 17, 1847, 

Aged 98 Years. 

"A good name is better than precious 
ointment; and the day of death 
than the day of one'' s birth.'' 1 

Sacred 

to the Memory 

of 

DANIEL HUNTRESS J r 

who Departed 

this Life Suddenly, 

August 26 1807, 

Aged 24. 

Stop my friends, the reason why, 
As you are, so once was I, 
As I am now so you must be, 
nd now prepare to follow me. 

HERE LYES 
Y e BODY OF 
M r ROBBERT 
HANDESYDE 
AGED 28 YEARS 
DIED JULY Y e 
23 d 1705. 

HERE : Lyes : buried : y e : 
Body : of : Sarah : Loud : y e : 
Wife : of : John : Loud : Who : 
Departed : This : Life : 
August : y e : 25 : 1738 : 
Adged : 2 7: years : 



Here Lyes Buried the 
Body of Cap 1 William 
Fellows, Who Departed 
this Life April Y e 12 
1737: in the 71" 
Year of His Age. 



NATH 1 S. NELSON 

died 

June 21, 18^6, 

Aged Ifl years. 

He was a friend to the needy. 
JOHN JACKSON* 



Here lies Buried 
M rs ELIZABETH 
BLUNT the amiable Consort 
of Cap 1 ROBERT BLUNT, 

who Departed this Life 
Feb^ 12 th 1802, 
Aged 32 Years. 

Life is but a mompnt, 
And the longest Earthly Felicity 
Is but a pleasing Dream. 



HERE LYES THE BODY OF 

M rs SUSANNAH SIMPSON 
WIFE TO M r THOMAS 
SIMPSON AGED 72 

YEARS DIED MARCH Y e 
12 tb 17 3 9. 



Here lies Buried 

the Body of Cap 1 

Daniel Lang 

who departed this Life 

July Y e 24 tb 1757 

In ' the 36 th Year 

of his Age. 



*Perhaps a foot stone. 



*Perhaps a foot stone. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF NEW 

CASTLE. 



[New Castle was incorporated May 30, 1693, taken from Ports- 
mouth. The greater part of Rye was taken from New Castle April 30, 
1726, another portion of New Castle was annexed to Rye December 

22, 1791.] 

TOWN TAX 1720. 
(ISLAND side list.) 

[The selectmen of New Castle on September 30, 1720, made a" Town 
Rate in two lists." one, the "Island side " list amounted to £76. 3. 0. 
and the other, the '-Sandy Beach side" list, now Rye, amounted to 
£32. 17. 0. The latter list has not been preserved, the following is a 
copy of the former list made from the original now in possession of the 
town. 

The Town Tax for N.castle y e Island Side to be Colected 
P Constb 16 Frederick 1720 



Jn° Hincks Esq r 
Sha d Wallton Esq r 
Jotham Odiorne Esq r 
Jn° Frost Esq r 
Dan 11 Greenough 
Cap 1 Holicomb & man 
Benf Parker & Son & 

man 
Christ 1 Amazean 
Sampson Sheaf e 
Hu^h Reed & man 
Jacob Cleark 
Sam 1 Frost 
W m Jones & Son 
Ed: Martain 
Berneby Crewsy 
Jos Jackson 
Tho. Marshall 
Nathan White 
Henry Pain & Son 



£ 


s 


Sam 1 Conore 




10 





10 


Jn° Cranch 




10 


o 


8 


Henry Langmaid 




6 


2 


5 


James Chadock 




13 


2 




Jn° Leach & Son 


1 




1 


6 


Elijah Leach 




8 


1 


5 


Jn° Steavens 
Petter Grant 




16 
10 


1 


14 


Jn° Card & Son 




16 


1 


9 


Jn° Oshaw 




12 


1 


9 


Ruben Mace & Sons 




16 


1 


14 


Jos Feild 




10 


1 


8 


James Stillson 




10 


1 


5 


Jn° Yetton 


1 




1 


5 


Jeremiah Walford 


1 


1 




12 


Petter Mathews 




8 




12 


Rich' 1 Neal & man 


1 




2 





Rich fl Jorden 




12 




10 


Jn° Underwood 


1 


2 




16 


Nath 11 Tuckem 11 




12 


1 




Henry Trferin Sen r 




15 



(21) 



22 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF NEW CASTLE. 



James Bryant 

Jn° Rindge 

Jn° Willson 

Zach Foss* 

Sam 11 Hix 

Rich fl Perry 

Rob 1 Long 

Elias Tarlton 

Benj a Yetton 

Christ' Fredrick 

Wallter Abott 

W ,n Morden 

Elisha Lovell 

Tho Parsons 

Law ce Dennet [?] 

Caleb Curyer & Son 

Jn° Martaine 

Foster Trifethin 

Jn° Venerd 

Tho Bell 

Jacob Randall 

Abra Barto 

W m Kelly 

Jn° Marshall 

Morris Shanon 

Henry Trifethen J an 1 

Rich* Thachar 

Lawrence Ellice 

Jn° Fryer 

Jn° Ellingvvood 

Jn° Daielyf 

Dan 11 Williams 

Tho Whittle 

W m Langdon 

W ni Jones Jun r 

Rich' 1 Haynes 

Jos Abott 

Jn° Ward 

Geo Welsh 

Tho Mitchell 

Rich d Buckly 

*Perhaps, Goss. — Ed. 
tPossibly, Dawly. — Ed. 



1 
1 






S. 

6 
2 
2 
10 
8 
8 
10 
15 
8 
15 
10 
8 
8 
8 
8 
12 
8 
15 
10 
14 
14 
8 
10 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
10 
8 
8 



Rob* Whitefoot 
Jn° Wattkins 
Tho Mavery 
W m Lapish 
Patrick Goff 
Edw d Boudy 
Cary Cos well 
Phillep Jonson 
Jn° Cleark 
Andrew Hayes 
Edw' 1 Sadler 
Ed Condon 
Isaac Marth 
Francis Neighbour 
Petter Pnnty* 
Simon Gray 
Jn° Trunday 
Theo Attkinson & 

man 
Petter Harvv 

Tre dwell 
Perree Long 
Geo Tompson 
Phillep Baggs 
Tho. Kinsman 
Mark Hatten 
Clem* Granden 
Geo Colverwell 
Mesheck Bell 
Rob* Coats 
Jos Lanornaid 



8 

1 8 

1 2 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

1 12 

8 

8 

10 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
12 
8 

£76 3 



Abatements viz 

Jn° Frost 
Jacob Clark 
Jos Jackson 
Chris t r Amesen 
Sampson Sheafe 
James Bryant 
Henry Langmaid 

*Possibly, Printy.— Ed. 








3 
5 
3 
4 
4 
14 
14 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 23 

£ s Simon Gray 18 

Rich d Haynes 18 Const ble Frederick 1 00 

Noah Bratton 10 

Francis Nighbour 18 X6 19 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

Josiah Webster & Elizabeth Leer ware marred in this Town 
by the Rev d m r John Blunt July y e 11 th 1734 

Sarah Webster the Daughter of Josiah & Elizebeth Webster 
was Born Aug 1 y e 6 th 1735 

Sarah Webster the Daughter of Josiah & Elizebeth Webster 
Dyed Aug* 15 th 1735 

Elizabeth Webster the Wife of Josiah Webster Dyed Aug' 
17 th 1735 

Benj a Slade & Mary Perry was Marred in this Town by the 
Rev cl m 1 John Blunt January y e 8 th 1736 

1706 March 29 tu Tobias Leer Son of Tobias & Hannah Leer 
was Born 

1712 July 25 th Nathan 11 Leer was Born 

Aprill 14 th 1714 Tobias Lear was Maried to his wife Eliza- 
beth 

1716 : May y e 10 th Elizabeth Leer was Born 

1717 Novem r 24 th Mary Leer was Born 

1719 Aug 25 th Walker Leer was Born 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 8.) 

Nath 11 Sargent and Ruth Jackson ware Mareid the 24 day of 

Feb r >- 1736/7 
Edward Sargent the Son of Nath 11 Sargent & Ruth his Wife 

was Bom y e 15 th Day of Decern 1 1737 
Joseph Sargent the Son of Nath 11 Sargent & Ruth his Wife 

was Born the 3 d Day of Decern 1 ' 1739 
Nath 11 Sargent the Son of Nath 11 Sargent and Ruth his Wife 

was Born April 29 : 1741 

(N. C.T. R.,1: 13.) 

1702 Jn° Frost And Mary Pepperrel both of Kittery Maryed 
Septem r 4 th 1702 by Joseph HammandEsq r 

1703/4 Margery Frost Born on Munday Feb r the first Day 
1703/4 

1704 Margery Frost Dyed at Boston Septem r 9 th 1704 it 
being Saturday 9 Clock Evening 



24 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF NEW CASTLE. 

1705 William Frost Born Aug: 20 th 1705 on Tuseday at 2 
a Clock in y e Morning 

1709 Jn° Frost Born May y e 12 th 1709 on Thurdsday9a 
Clock in y e Morning 

1710 Charles Frost Born August y e 27 th 1710 on Sabath 
Day 9 a Clock at night 

1711 Mary Frost Born Aug: 19 th 1711 being Sabath Day at 
2 a Clock in y e Morning 

1713 Sarah Frost Born Wednesday July 1 st 1713 at 5 a 
Clock in y e Morning 

1714 Mary Frost Dyed June 12 th 1714 being Saturday 42 
Min ts past 2 in y e Morning 

1714/5 Mary Frost Born Saturday y e 26 Day of February at 
9 a Clock in y e Morning anno 1714/5 

1716 And r Pepperell ffrost born Thurdsday y e 12 th Aprill 
1716 at 6 a A Clock in y e Evening 

1716/7 Mary ffrost y e 2 na Dyed fryday y e 15 th day March 
1716/7 at 3 a Clock in y e afternoon 

1717 Joseph ffrost born Sep 4 29: 1717 at 40 m past one 
aclock in the day being Sunday 

1719 Abigaill ffrost born May 26 : 1719 being Tuesday 20 
minuit after 11 a Clock at night 

(N. C. T. R., I : 15.) 

Daniel Greenough & Abigail Elliot were Marryed Decern 1 

16 th 1708 
Sarah Greenough was Born June 31 st 1710 
Robert Greenough was born Sep. 1 st 1712 
Daniel Greenough was Born Aug: 13 th 1714 
Abigail Greenough wife of Dan 11 Greenough Dyed y e 5 th of 

June 1719 
William Mardon the son of W m & Dorcas Mardon was 

borne at New Castle the 14 th day of June 1705 
Sam 11 Mardon the son of W In & Dorcas Mardon was borne 

at New Castle the 15 th day of June 1707 
Jonathan Mardon y e son of W m & Dorcas Mardon was 

borne in this Town y e 7 th day of Septemb r 1709 
Mary Mardon y e Daughter of W m and Dorcas Mardon was 

borne in this Town y e 22 d day of Aprill 1712 
Dorcas Mardon y e Daughter of W" 1 and Dorcas Mardon was 

borne in this Town y e 15 th day of Febuary 1714 
Nathaniel Greenough Son of Dan 11 & Abigail Greenough 

was born at New Castle 11 th day of Feb r 1718/9 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 25 

Dan 11 Greenough & Eliz : Hatch were Marryed 25 th Jan y 

1721/2 
Symonds Greenough Son of Dan 11 and Elizabeth Greenough 

was Born att New Castle y e Ninth Day of Novem r 1722 
William Greenough Son of Dan 11 & Elizabeth Greenough 

was Born at New Castle y e 2 d Day of May 1724 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 16.) 

Christian Perry was Born Aug : 3 d 1690 
Rich d Perry was Born Feb r 18 th 1695 
Jn° Marshall Was Born June 14 th 1697 
Hawly Marshall was Born Ap : 13, 1699 
Henry Marshall Was Born Noveni r 14, 1701 
Joseph Marshall was Born Aug : 3 d 1703 
Mary Marshall was Born Novera r 17 th 1705 
Joanna Marshall was Born Sep : 6 th 1708 
Martha Marshall was Born Sep : 12 th 1712 
Margerett Hickson was Born 8 th May 1714 
Francis Cranch was Born May 2 d 1715 

Jn° Greenough son of Dan 11 & Elizabeth Greenough was 
born at New Castle the 17 th Day of March 1726 

(N. C. T.R., I: 17.) 

A Record of a Marriage & Births 
Benjamin Parker & Eliz a Gilman were Married in this 

Town by the Reverend m r Sam 11 Moody Decemb 1 the sev- 
enth, 1702 
Thomas Parker the Son of Benj a Parker & Eliz a his Wife 

was born at N. Castle Sep* y e Twenty fifth 25. 1703 
Eliz ft Parker the Daughter of FJenf Parker & Eliz a his Wife 

Was born at N. Castle September y e Twenty fourth, 1709 
Benj am Parker the son of Benj a Parker & Eliz a his Wife was 

born at N. Castle the Twenty Ninth day of July An° 

1713. 
Hannah Parker the Daughter of Benj a Parker & Eliz a his 

Wife was born at N. Castle the Thirteenth day of August 

An 1718 
Eliz a Parker the Wife of Benj a Parker Dyed at New Castle 

the fifth day of May An 1721 — Buried behind the church 

at N. Castle y e 7 th day following. 

(N. C. T. R.,I: 20.) 

Sam 11 Brackett and Lydea his wife were Maried Jan 1 ' 23 d 

1713 
Jn° Brackett Born Feb r 8 th 1714 



26 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF NEW CASTLE. 

Mary Bracket Born May 27 th 1716 

Pheeby Brackett Bom Decern 1 7 th 1718 

Sam 11 Brackett y e Son of Sam 11 Brackett and Lidia his wife 

born 13 th Novem r 1721 
Ann Brackett y e Daught r of Samuel & Lydia Brackett Born 

Jan r 31 : 1725 
Love Brackett the Daughter of Sam 11 Brackett & Lydia 

Brackett his wife was born in the Town of New Castle the 

eighteenth day of Aprill 1727. 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 21.) 

A Record of a Marriage & Births, Death & Burialls 
Sampson Sheafe the Son of Sampson Sheafe & Mehetabel 

his Wife, And Sarah Walton the Daughter of Shadrack 

Walton & Mary his Wife were Married (by the Rev. M r 

Jn° Emerson) the 27 th of November Anno One Thousand 

Seven hund d & Eleven 1711 
Jacob Sheafe the Son of Sampson Sheafe & Sarah his Wife 

was born at N. Castle y e first day of Octob r 1712, Died 

y e 19 th day of May following, Buried y e 21 st following. 
Sampson Sheafe the son of Sampson Sheafe & Sarah his 

Wife Was born at N. Castle y e Third day of Decemb r An 

1713. 
Jacob Sheafe the Son of Samps" Sheafe and Sarah his Wife 

was born at New Castle the twenty first dav of Octob r An 

1715 
Matthew Sheafe the Son of Samps" Sheafe and Sarah his Wife 

Was born at New Castle the Eighth day of October Anno 

1717 
Mary Sheafe the Daughter of Samps" Sheafe and Sarah his 

Wife was born at New Castle the Eighteenth day of Aprill 

An 1720 
Sam 11 Sheafe the Son of Sampson Sheafe and Sarah his 

Wife was born at N. Castle the twentv fifth day of June 

An 1722 
Henry Sheafe the Son of Sampson Sheafe and Sarah his 

Wife was born at New Castle the Twenty third day of 

May An 1724 
Sarah Sheafe the Daughter of Sampson Sheafe & Sarah his 

Wife was born at New Castle the fifth day of Jan r Anno 

1726 
Contin d to fol° 24 th P Cur Sampson Sheafe T. Clr. 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 22.) 

Mehetabel Sheafe the Daughter of Sampson Sheafe & Sarah 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 27 

his Wife was born at New Castle Tuesday ab* Nine of 
y e Clock, Evening the twelfth day of Aug st 1729 

Aug st y e 12 th 1729 Ent. P. Cur. Sampson Sheaf T. Clr. 

Elizabeth Sheafe the Daughter of Sampson Sheafe and 
Sarah his Wife was born New Castle in New Harapsh* in 
New England above said Wednesday the third day of 
December Anno Domini One Thousand Seven hundred 
thirty & five 

December 3 d 1735 Entered P Cur. Sampson Sheafe Tow Clr. 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 24.) 

Ann Mutleberry the Daughter of Enoch Muttleberry & Mary 
his wife was born at New Castle, this Town the fifth day 
of Septemb r Anno Dom 1 1726 
Solomon White of New Castle and Mary Lock of Rye were 
Married to each the other on y e 25 th Day of June 1745 

P C r Jos : Newmarch T. Cler. 
Joseph White the Son of Solomon And Mary White was 
born on the 11 th July 1746 

P C r Jos : Newmarch T. Cler. 
Nathan White the Son of Solomon and Mary White was 
born on the 16 th day of Aug st 1749 

P Cur. Jos : Newmarch T. Cler. 
(N. C. T. R., 1 : 25 . 

John Watkins Married to M rs Dorothy Pepperell Thursday 
March 26 th 1719 About 12 a Clock forenoon 

John Watkins Son of John Watkins & Dorothy his Wife 
born Jan ry 19 th 1719/20 about 9 a Clock in y e Morning be- 
ing Tuesday 

Will 1 " Watkins Son of John Watkins and Dorothy his Wife 
born June 4 th 1721 Sunday about 4: a Clock afternoon 

And w Watkins Son of John Watkins & Dorothy his Wife 
born Wednesday June 13 th 1722 about 11 a Clock a 
Night (N. C. T. R., I : 27.) 

John Simpson married to Sarah Sheafe Sep* y e 4 th 1748 by 
the Rev' 1 m r Sam 1 Parsons, minister of Rhy 

Mehetabel Sheafe the Daughter of John Simpson & Sarah 
his wife born the 23 d day of July 1751 being Tuesday. 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 28.) 

Joseph Simpson & Hanah Lewis the Daughter of John 
Lewis were married by the Rev. M r Sam 11 Moody on May 
the 11 th 1702 

Hanah Simpson the Wife of Joseph Simpson Dyed the 
26 th of June 1712 



28 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF NEW CASTLE. 

Joseph Simpson & Miriam Easman Were Married March 
the 17 th Day 1713/14 

Joseph Simpson the Son of Joseph Simpson & Miriam 
Simpson his Wife was Born in the town of New Castle 
the Sixteenth Day of January 1714/15 

Abagail Simpson the Daughter of Joseph & Miriam Simp- 
son was Born Octobr, the fourteenth 1716 

John Simpson the Son of Joseph and Miriam Simpson his 
Wife was Born the fourteenth of ffebruary 1722/3 

Mary Simpson the Daughter of Joseph & Miriam Simpson 
was Born August the Nineteenth Day 1724 

Mary Simpson the Daughter of Joseph & Miriam Simpson 
Dyed the tweluth Day of September 1724 

Theodore Simpson the Son of Joseph and Miriam Simpson 
was Born ffabuary the fourteenth 1726/27 

Miriam Simpson the Daughter of Joseph & Miriam Simp- 
son was Born the twenty ninth Day of March 1728. 

Mary Simpson the Daughter of Joseph Simpson & Miriam 
his Wife was Born at New Castle Sep 1 y e 7 th 1732 

(N. C. T. R., I: 30.) 

Benj a Vnderwood & Abigail Simpson Ware Married By the 
Rev d M r John Blunt Decern 1 the fifth 1737 

Temperance Vnderwood the Daughter of Benj a Vnderwood 
and Abigail his wife was born Septem 1 21 th 1738 

Benj a Vnderwood the Son of Benj a Vnderwood and Abigail 
his wife was Born Febuary 27 th 1740/1 

Joseph Underwood the Son of Benj a Underwood and Abi- 
gail his Wife was Born April 6 th 1743 

Joseph Underwood died April 20 th 1748 

(N. C. T. R., 1 : 31.) 

Mark Fernald and Mary Simpson were married to each 
the other by the Rev' 1 M r Stephen Chase on the 3 d day of 
May 1752 

Gilbert Fernald the Son of Mark Fernald and Mary his wife 
was born on y e 27 th day of June 1753 

(N. C. T. R., I : 32.) 

Thomas Parker and Anna Jenness was married Decembe r the 

12 th 1734 
Benj a Parker the Son of Thomas Parker and Anna his Wife 

was Born April 10 th 1736 
Thomas Parker the Son of Thomas Parker and Anna his 

Wife was Born March 10 th 1737/8 



THE MW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL 

SOCIETY. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred 

and three. 



AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL 

SOCIETY. 



Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 
in General Court convened : 

Section 1. That James A. Edgerlv, Arthur G. Whitte- 
more, Charles W. Tibbetts, Lucien Thompson, Fred E. 
Quimby, Henry R. Parker and John T. Welch, their asso- 
ciates, successors and assigns, be and hereby are made a 
body politic and corporate by the name of The New Hamp- 
shire Genealogical Society, for the purpose of collecting, 
preserving and publishing the genealogical records of the 
people of New Hampshire, including their domestic, civil, 
literary, religious, and political life, and for the establish- 
ment of a library and museum of genealogy, with all the 
powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties, liabili- 
ties, and restrictions common to corporations of a similar 
nature, and they may sue and be sued, prosecute and defend 
to final judgment and execution. 

Sect. 2. Said corporation shall have power to hold, by 
gift, grant, devise, bequest, purchase, or otherwise, real and 
personal estate not exceeding the value of one hundred 
thousand dollars. 

Sect. 3. Said corporation may adopt such rules and by- 
laws, not repugnant to the laws of this state, as they may 
deem proper. 

Sect. 4. Any three persons named in this act may call 
the first meeting of this corporation by publishing a notice 
in some newspaper printed in Concord, one week before the 
time of meeting, or by giving in hand to each of said cor- 

(29) 



30 THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

porators a like notice seven days at least before said meeting. 
Sect. 5. This act shall take effect from and upon its 
passage. 

Harry M. Cheney, 
Speaker of the House of Representatives. 

Charles W. Hoitt, 

President of the Senate. 
Approved February 24, 1903. 

Nahum J. Bachelder, 

Governor. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Office of Secretary of State. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of an 
act entitled " An Act to Incorporate The New Hampshire 
Genealogical Society," as engrossed in this office and in my 
custody as Secretary of State. 

In witness whereof, I hereunto subscribe my official signa- 
ture and affix the seal of the State, at Concord, this 24th 
day of February, A. D. 1903. 

Edward N. Pearson, 

Secretary of State. 
SEAL. 



CALL FOE FIRST MEETING. 



We, the undersigned, being all the incorporators named in 
an act, entitled " An Act to Incorporate The New Hamp- 
shire Genealogical Society," approved February 24, 1903, 
do hereby agree that the first meeting of said Society shall 
be holden at the office of Hon. A. G. Whittemore, 366 Cen- 
tral Avenue, Dover, N. H., on March ninth, 1903, at two 
o'clock, P. M., for the purposes of adopting Ify-Laws, elect- 
ing officers, and organizing under said act, and we hereby 
accept notice of said meeting, and waive any further notice. 



GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS. 31 

Dated at Dover, N. H., February 27, 1903. 

James A. Edgerly, 
A. G. Whittemore, 
Charles W. Tibbetts, 
Lucien Thompson, 
Fred E. Quimby, 
Henry R. Parker, 
John T. Welch. 



OFFICERS OF THE 
NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

1903. 

President — Hon. James A. Edgerly, Somersworth. 
Vice-Presidents — Hon. Arthur G. Whittemore, Dover ; 

Hon. Henry R. Parker, Dover ; Hon. John T. Welch, 

Dover. 
Secretary — Fred E. Quimby, Esq., Dover. 
Treasurer — Hon. Lucien Thompson, Durham. 
Financial Agent — Chas. W. Tibbetts, Esq., Dover. 
Librarian — Chas. W. Tibbetts, Esq., Dover. 
Editors — Chas. W. Tibbetts, Esq., Dover; Fred E. Quimby, 

Esq., Dover. 
Necrologist — Fred E. Quimby, Esq., Dover. 



Board of Trustees — James A. Edgerly, Arthur G. Whit- 
temore, Charles W. Tibbetts, Lucien Thompson, 
Fred E. Quimby, Henry R. Parker, John T. Welch. 



INVITATION AND APPEAL. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Society has now become 
a state institution. It is only four months old, is an active, 
healthy, growing society ; it has come to stay. An invitation 
is extended to all persons interested in the welfare of New 
Hampshire and its people to become members of this society. 
A blank for application for membership will be forwarded to 
any person wishing to become a member and requesting the 
same, and when filled out and signed by the applicant, will 
be duly presented at the next meeting of the Board of Trus- 



32 QUERIES. 

tees for acceptance. The annual membership fee is two dol- 
lars, payable in advance each year; the life membership fee 
is twenty-five dollars, payable when the person is elected to 
membership. The usefulness of the society will depend 
largely upon a good library. It takes money to purchase 
books. If those persons interested in genealogical and his- 
torical work would each contribute a book, or books, or 
some sum of money, however small, towards the establish- 
ment of a library, the society would be very grateful for the 
gift, and due acknowledgment will hereafter be given in 
this magazine for all books and sums of money so contributed. 
All books and sums of money for the library should be sent to 
C. W. Tibbetts, Financial Agent and Librarian, Dover, N. H. 



NEW PUBLICATION. 

Portsmouth Historic and Picturesque. By C. S. 
Gurney, Portsmouth, N. H. 1902. This work is the result 
of four years of careful research and labor and is the most 
concise, accurate and exhaustive historical and descriptive 
book yet written on Portsmouth, its ancient and modern 
localities and objects of interest. It is invaluable to the 
tourist and lover of Portsmouth. It is illustrated with nearly 
four hundred half-tone engravings from photographs and con- 
tains two hundred and thirty-four octavo pages. Price, cloth, 
one dollar and fifty cents ; paper, one dollar. Every person 
interested in Portsmouth should have a copy of this book. 



QUERIES. 

Two pages are allowed for queries. Answers are solicited. 

1. Samuel Jones and Anna Frost, presumably of Leba- 
non, Me., were married in March, 1771. Any information 
relative to the antecedents of either of the contracting par- 
ties, would be gratefully received. 

Address " A," Care of The N. H. Genealogical Record, 
Dover, N. H. 

2. Mr. Editor : — Can you give me any information where- 
by I can ascertain who were the ancestors of George Meade r, 
who was born (in Durham, N. H.) 26 Sept. 1746 ? 

Address M. 

Can any of the readers of The New Hampshire Genealogi- 
cal Record furnish the information desired in the above 
query ? — Ed. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 



[Rye was incorporated April 30, 1726, taken principally from New 
Castle, with small portions from Portsmouth and Hampton. On De- 
cember 22, 1791 a portion of New Castle was annexed to Rye.] 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

Sarah Morell Daughter of M r Nath 11 Morill & Sarah his wife 

was born y e 8 th febr 1724/5 
Sarah Lock daughter of James Lock & Sarah his wife was 

born July y e 27, 1725 
Anna Lock daughter of James Lock & Sarah his wife was 

born October 10 th 1726 
Savell jannes Son of Richard jannes and mary his wife was 

born may 19 th , 1724 
Joseph jannes, son of Richard Jannes and Mary his wife 

was born febr. 28 th , 1727 
Nathanell Morrill Son of the Rev d M r Nathanel Morrell and 

Sarah his wife was born April the 26 : 1727 
Ebenezer Philbrick Son of M r James Philbrick and Hannah 

his wife was born October the 29 th 1683 
Bethiah moulton Daughter of Joseph moulton and Bethiah 

his wife was born November the 26 day, 1688 
Ruth Philbrick Daughter of Ebenezer Philbrick and Bethiah 

his wife was born may 15 th day 1711 
James Philbrick son of Ebenezer Philbrick and Bethiah his 

wife was born June the 21, 1714 
Bethiah Philbrick Daughter of Ebenezer Philbrick and Be- 
thiah his wife was born June the 28 th 1718 
Ebenezer Philbrick Son of Ebenezer Philbrick and Bethiah 

his wife was born may the 27 th day, 1721 
Ruth Lebbe Daughter of Jacob Lebbe and Sarah his wife 

Was born janeuary the 21, 1727 
Benjamin morel Son of Joseph moriel and Tabitha his wife 

was born feberrary the 17 th the year, 1728 
Hannah Lock Daughter of Frances Locke and Deleverance his 

wife was born Janerary the 8, 1719 
Sarah Lock Daughter of Frances Lock and Deleverance his 

wife was born feberary the 17 th , 1722 

(33) 



34 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Frances Lock son of frances Lock and Deleverance his wife 

was born June the 27, 1724 
Jon a Son of Christopher Palmer and Elizabeth his wife was 

born May 16 th , 1707 

(R. T. R., I : 220.) 

Deleverance Lock Daughter of frances Lock and Delever- 
ance his wife was born august 16, 1726 
Ellener Lock Daughter of frances Lock and Deleverance his 

wife was born march 16, 1728 
Sarah Smith Daughter of David Smith and Sarah his wife 

was born november 26th, 1726 
Deborah Lamperil Daughter of Benjamin Lamperil and 

Sarah his wife was born november the 19 th 1727 
Elizabeth fuller Daughter of James fuller and Mary his 

wife was born June the 28 th day of June, 1715 
Jeremiah fuller Son of James fuller and niary His wife was 

born September the 25 day, 1717 
Love fuller Daughter of James fuller and niary His wife 

was born in may the 14 th day, 1721 
Luce Jannes Daughter of John Jannes and Luce His wife 

was born February the 25 th , 1728 
Isreal Smith Son of David Smith and Sarah his wife, was 

born October the sixt day, 1729 
Levi moriell Son of the Reverend m r Natthanell moriel and 

Sarah his wife was born February the 28, 1728/9 
James Lock Son of James Lock and Sarah his wife born 

June the 30 th , 1729 
Jacob Lebbe Son of Jacob Lebbe & Sarah His wife was 

born July the 25 th Day 1729 
Epheram Lock Son of Frances Lock and Deleverance his 

wife was born Feberary the tenth, 1730 
Theofelus moriel Son of Joseph moriel and Tabetha his wife 

was born December the 20 th , 1730 
Elizabeth Lock Daughter of James Lock and Sarah his wife 

was born October the 12 th , 1730 

(R. T. R., I: 221.) 

Ephrem Berry Son of Steven Berry and Ann his wife was 

Born October the 11, 1727 
James Berry son of Steven Berry and Ann his Wife was 

Born March the 25 ; 1731 
Hannah Lebe Daughter of Jacob Lebe and Sarah his wife 

was born June the 18 day, 1731 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 35 

Mary Lock Daughter of James Lock and Sarah his wife 

was born the 21 day of January, 1732 
Joshua Rand son of Natthaniel Ran and Elisebth his wife 

was born December 25 th day, 1703 
Philimon Rand son of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife was 

born January the 18 th , 1732 
Prudence Lock Daughter of Frances Lock and Deleverance 

his wife was born march the 20 th day of march, 1732 
Amelia moriel Daughter of the Revrand M r Natthaniell 

moriel and Sarah his wife was born may the 6, 1731 
Rubin moulton Son Jonathan moulton & Elisebeth his wife 

was born January the 4 th 1729 
Jonathan moulton Son of Jonathan moulton & Elisabeth 

his wife was born April the 1, 1730 
Daniel moulton Son of Jonathan moulton & Elisabeth his 

wife was born may the 9 th 1731 
Hannah Knowls Daughter of Ezekil Knowhls and Mary his 

wife was born march the first, 1713 
Ruth Rand Daughter of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife 

was Born July the 12 th , 1733 

(R. T. R., 1 : 222.) 

John Libbe Son of Isaac Libbe and mary his wife was born 

august the first, 1720 
Mary Libbe Daughter of Isaac Libbe and mary his wife was 

born march the fourth, 1722 
Elizabeth and Isaac Libbe Daughter and Son of Isaac Lebbe 

and Mary his wife was born feberary 31*, 1725 
Arter Libbe Son of Isaac Libbe and mary his wife was born 

april the fifth, 1728 
Ruth Libbe Daughter of Isaac Libbe and Mary his wife was 

born September the 5 th , 1730 
Jane Libbe Daughter of Isaac Libbe and mary his wife was 

born September the 11 th , 1733 
Ruben Libbe Son of Isaac Libbe and mary his wife was born 

august the 11 th , 1734 
Ithamar Seave son of Samuel Seave and Abegil his wife was 

born Jenrary the 27 th , 1712 
Mary Seave Daughter of Ithamar Seave and Mary his wife 

was born December the 23 d , 1734 
Henery Seave son of Samuell Seave and Abegil his wife was 

born April the 23 d , 1719 

*Error in the original, perhaps intended for 13. — Ed. 



36 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Merebath Lock Daughter of James Lock and Sarah his wife 

was born October the Thirteenth, 1733 
Robert moulton Son of Jonathan moulton and Elizabeth his 

wife was born may the 20 th , 1733 
Elizebeth Elkins Daughter of henery Elkins and Catherine 

his wife was born march the 11, 1733 
Mary Elkins Daughter of henery Elkins and Catherin his 

wife was born november the 12, 1734 
Mary Elkins Daughter of henery Elkins and Catherin his 

wife born febeuary the sixteenth, 1731 
Mar}^ Elkins Daughter of henery Elkins and Catherin his 

wife Decest Jenerary the 1 th , 1733 
Samuell Seavy son of Samuell Seavy and Abegil his wife 

was born in may the 18, 1715 

(R. T. R., I: 223.) 

Mary Knowls Daughter of Ezekiel Kuowls and mary his 

wife was born november the 2 d , 1718 
Amos Knowls son of Ezekil Knowls and mary his wife was 

born November the 4 th , 1722 
David Knowls son of Ezekiel Knowls and mary his wife was 

born September the first, 1725 
Sarah Seavy Daughter of Samuell Seavy and Abegal his wife 

was born November the 20 day 1716 
Joshua Rand Son of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife was 

born August the 23 d day, 1735 
Elizebth Rand Daughter of Nathaniel Rand and Elezebeth 

his wife was born august the 2, 1716 
John Lane son of John Lane and hannah his wife was born 

October the 11 th 1733 
Daniel Lane son of John Lane and hannah his wife was born 

July the 8 th , 1735 
Elizebeth Filler Daughter of Joseph Filler and Joanna his 

wife was born September the 14, 1733 
Joanna filler Daughter of Joseph filler and Joanna his wife 

was born December the 6, 1734 
Merebeth Lock Daughter of williara Lock and Elezebeth his 

wife was born august the 6 th , 1735 
William Jennes Son of John Jennes and Hanah his wife was 

born march the 28, 1706 
Jobe Jennes son of John Jennes and hannah his wife was 

born October the 15, 1708 
Mark Jennes Son of John Jennes and hannah his wife was 

born October the 12, 1710 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 37 

Hannah Jennes Daughter of John Jennes and hannah his 
wife was born November the first day, 1712 

(R. T. R., 1 : 224.) 

Richard Jennes Son of John Jennes and Hannah his wife 

was born September the 25, 1719 
Frances Jennes Son of John Jennes and Mary his wife was 

born June the 7 th , 1721 
Thomas Jennes Son of John Jennes and Mary his wife was 

born December 16, 1722 
Natthaniel Jennes Son of John and Mary his wife was born 

August 22, 1725 
Mary Jennes Daughter of Hezekiah Jennes and Ann his 

wife was born Jenuary the 25, 1718 
Hezekiah Jennes Son of Jobe Jennes and Mary his wife was 

born August the 26, 1736 
Mary fuler daughter of Joseph fuler and Joanna his wife 

was born august the fifth, 1736 
Samuell Palmer Son of Jonathan Palmer & ann his wife 

was born Jenerary the twenty Eight, 1736/7 
James Philbrick son of James Philbrick And Elizebeth his 

wife was born August the 30, 1737 
Hannah Lock Daughter of William Lock and Elizebeth his 

wife was born feberary the 18, 1737/8 
Samuell Leebe son of Jacob Leebe and Sarah his wife was 

born Feberary the 9, 1720 
Sarah Leebe Daughter of Jacob Leebe and Sarah his wife 

was born Feberary the second 172-4 
Jobe Leebe Son of Jacob Leebe and Sarah his wife was 

born Jenerary the 15, 1734 

(R. T. R., 1 : 225.) 

Joseph Leebe and Benjamin Leebe sons of Jacob Leebe and 

Sarah his wife was born Feberary 25, 1737 
Johammah Lebe Daughter of Isaac Lebe and Mary his wife 

was born October the 16, 1737 
Nathan Marden son of James Marden and Judah his wife 

was born November 15, 1721 
John Marden Son of James marden and Judah his wife was 

born Feberary the 29, 1735 
Mary Marden Daughter of James Marden & Judah his wife 

was born September the 20, 1727 
James Marden Son of James Maiden & Judah his wife was 

born September the 6th, 1729 



38 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Abegill Marden Daughter of James Marden and Judah his 

wife was born March the 21, 1731 
William Marden son of James marden and Judah his wife 

was born October 13, 1733 
Hannah Marden Daughter of James Marden and Judah his 

wife was born May the 14, 1736 
Temperance Rand Daughter of Joshua Rand And Ruth his 

wife was Born June the 13, 1738 
Joseph Fuller son of Joseph Fuller and Joanah his wife was 

born November the 4th, 1738 
Jonathan Dolbe Son of Nickels Dolbe and Sarah his wife 

was born Aprill 17, 1720 
Daniell Dolbe Son of Nickles & Sarah his wife was born 

march 17, 1724 
Mary Dolbe Daughter of Nickles Dolbe & Sarah his wife 

was born aprell the 18, 1726 
Anne Rand Daufter of Amos Rand and Esther his wife 

was born August the 13, 1727 

(R. T. R., 1 : 226.) 

Philbrick Rand son of Amos Rand and Esther his wife was 

born December the 11, 1729 
Esther Rand Daughter of Amos Rand and Esther his wife 

was born may the 13, 1732 
Joseph Rand son of Amos Rand and Esther his wife was 

born march first, 1734 
Elizabeth Rand Daughter of Amos Rand and Esther his 

wife was born Aprell the, 12, 1736 
Sarah Rand Daughter of Amos Rand & Esther his wife was 

born Feberary the 12, 1738 
Ledy Lock Daughter of James Lock and Sarah his wife was 

born June the third, 1735 
John Lock son of James Lock and Sarah his wife was born 

October third, 1737 
Abegell Seavy Daughter of Samuel seavy and Abegill his 

wife was born Feberary 25, 1723 
Elizebeth Lock Daughter of William Lock and Elezebeth 

his wife was born March the 3 d , 1739/4 
Elezebeth Philbrick Daughter of James Philbrick and Elez- 
ebeth his wife was born may 22, 1739 
Johannah Seavy Daughter of Joseph Seavy and Hannah his 

wife was born august the 21, 1712 
Thomas Rand and Hannah Pray joynd in marriage covenant 

may the 24, 1722 



BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 39 

Mary Rand Daughter of Thomas Rand and Hannah his wife 

was born august the 18 th , 1726 
Hannah Rand Daughter of Thomas Rand and Hannah his. 

wife was born may the 12, 1728 
Elezebeth Rand Daughter of Thomas Rand and Hannah his 

wife was born Aprill the 22, 1730 

(R. T. R., I: 227.) 

Thomas Rand son of Thomas Rand and Hannah his wife 

was born march the 9, 1732 
Merebe Rand Daughter of Thomas Rand and Hannah his 

wife was born Aprell 26, 1735 
Ephrem Rand son of Thomas Rand and Hannah his wife 

was [born] march the 23, 1737 
Rubin Rand son of Thomas Rand and Hannah his wife was 

born march 7 th , 1739 
Mary Rand Daughter of Richard Rand and Abiall his wife 

was born Feberary the 8 th , 1726 
Nathaniell Rand son of Richard Rand and Abiall his wife 

was born in March the 12 th , 1737 
Mary Skegel Daughter of Cristofer Skegel and Deborah his 

wife was born in may the first, 1720 
Sarah Rand Daughter of Joshua Rand & Ruth his wife was 

Born in March the 30, 1740 
Jobe Jennes & Mary Jennes Joyned in Mariage Covenant 

September the 12, 1735 
Hannah Jennes Daughter of Jobe Jennes and mary his wife 

was born in October the 10, 1738 
Samuell Seavy Son of Samuel Seavy and Abigill his wife was 

born may the 18, 1714 
Samuell Seavy and Hannah Seavy Joind in Mariage coven- 
ant in November the 6 th , 1734 
Solomon Seavy son of Samuell Seavy & Hannah his wife 

was born in febrery the 26* 1736 
Deborah Seavy Daughter of Samuel Seavy & Hannah his 

wife was born in November the 4, 1737 
Samuell Seavy son of Samuel Seavy & Hannah his wife was 

born in September the 17, 1739 
Hannah Seavy Daughter of Joseph Seavy & Hannah his 



wife was born in June the 7, 1741 



(R. T. R., 1 : 228.) 



Elezebeth fuller Daughter of Joseph fuller and Johannah 
his wife was born the 21 of September 1740 



40 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Hannah Maston Daughter of Joseph Maston and Hannah 

his wife was born September 25, 1726 
John Jennes & Elezebeth Seavy Joined in Mariage Covenant 

November the 30, 1732 
Elezebeth Jennes Daughter of John Jennes & Elezebeth his 

wife was born Aprell the 4 th , 1734 
Sarah Jennes Daughter of John Jennes & Elezebeth his wife 

was born Aprell the 25, 1736 
Mary Jennes Daughter of John Jennes & Elezebeth his wife 

was born august the 5, 1738 
Abraham Leebe Son of Jacob Leebe & Sarah his wife was 

born December the 29, 1739 
Jacob Schegel Son of Cristepher Schegel & Deborah his 

wife was born October the 25, 1736 
Ebenezer Berry & Mary Kingman Joynd in Mariage coven- 
ant in November 14 th , 1727 
Abegil Berrv Daughter of Ebenezer Berrv & Keziah his 

wife was born in June the 21, 1719 
Rachel Berry Daughter of Ebener Berry & Keziah his wife 

was born in November the 13, 1721 
Eliner Berry Daughter of Ebener Berry & Keziah his wife 

was born April the 4, 1722 
Ruth Berry Daughter of Ebener Berry & Mary his wife was 

born in June the 4, 1727 
Susanah Berry Daughter of Ebener Berry & Mary his wife 

was born in December the 13, 1730 
Marifield Berry Son of Ebener Berry & Mary his wife was 

born in august 15, 1733 
Simon Berry Son of Ebener Berry & rnary his wife was born 

in June the 4, 1735 

(R. T. R., 1:229.) 

Charity Beny Daughter of Ebener Berry & Keziah his wife 

was born in Aprill 4, 1726 
Henry Seavy & Mary Kingman Joynd in Mariage Covenant 

in September the 15, 1740 
Ruth Beny Daughter of Ebener Berry & Mary his wife 

Decest September the 10, 1735 
Benjamin Beny Son of Ebener Berry & Keziah his wife 

Decest September the 20 th , 1735 
Keziah Berry Daughter of Ebener Berry & Kezia his wife 

Decest in September 23, 1735 
Ebener Berry Son of Ebener Berry & Kezia his wife Decest 

in November the three, 1735 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 41 

Joseph Lock & Hannah Jennes joined in manage covenant 

in December the 4, 1739 
Ezekiel Lane Son of John Lane & mary his wife was born 

in July the 4, 1739 
Mary Pain Daughter of John Pane & Sary his wife was 

born July the first, 1736 
Christien Pain Daughter of John Pane and Sarah his wife 

was born in May the 3, 1740 
Hannah Lock Daughter of Joseph Lock and Hannah his 

wife was born in June 3, 1740 
Jonathan Moulton Decest in may the 22, 1735 
Mary Seavy Daughter of Sarouell Seavy & Abegill his wife 

was born aprill the 25, 1721 
Mehitebel Seavy Daughter of Samuell Seavy & Abegill his 

wife was born in October the 21, 1729 
Jonathan Seavy Son of Samuell Seavy & Abegill his wife 

was born in Feberary 2, 1732 
Moses Seavy Son of Samuell Seavy & Abegil his wife was 

born Jenerary 30, 1735 
Elizebeth Seavy Daughter of Ithamer Seavy and Mary his 

wife was born in June the 10, 1737 
Moses Seavy Son of Samuell Seavy and Abegil his wife 

decest September the 4, 1730 

(R. T. R., 1:230.) 

Sary Doust Daughter of Ozem Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

was born in September the 23, 1725 
Comfort Doust Daughter of Ozem Doust & Elizebeth his 

wife was born in august the 21, 1731 
Mary Doust Daughter of Ozem Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

was born in October the 20, 1734 
Ozem Doust Son of Ozem Doust & Elizebeth his wife was 

born in march 3, 1737 
Abial Doust Daughter of Ozem Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

was born in December the 12, 1739 
John Doust Son of Ozem Doust & Elizebeth his wife Decest 

in September the 13, 1730 
Elizebeth Doust Daughter of Ozem Doust & Elezebeth his 

wife Decest in September 6, 1730 
Joseph Conner and Mary Seavy Joyned in Marriage covenant 

in Jenerary the 25, 1738 
Samuell Conner Son of Joseph Conner & Mary his wife was 

born in September the 8, 1739 



42 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Samuell Wills Son of Samuell Wills & Pursila his wife 
was born in December the 2, 1735 

Simeon Wells Son of Samuel Wills and Pursila his wife was 

born in may the 11, 1738 
Debera Wils Daughter of Samuell Wills & Pursila his wife 

was born in October the 5, 1740 
Febe moulton Daughter of Daniell Moulton & Febe his wife 

was born in aprill the 3, 1735 
Nathan Moulton Son of Daniell Moulton & Febe his wife 

was born in March the 2, 1738 
Lidde Moulton Daughter of Daniell Moulton & Febe his 

wife was born in August 28, 1740 

(R. T. R., 1:231.) 

Benjamin moriel Son of Joseph moriel & Tabatha his wife 

Decest Feberary the 20 th the year 1728 
Jonathan Lock and Sarah Haines Joynd in Mariage Cove- 
nant in march the 2, 1727 
Sarah Lock Daughter of Jonathan Lock & Sarah his wife 

was born in Jenerary the 3, 1728 
Pashence Lock Daughter of Jonathan Lock & Sarah his 

wife was born in Feberary the 10, 1730 
Jonathan Lock Son of Jonathan Lock & Sarah his wife was 

born in Jenerary the 29, 1732 
Mary Lock Daughter of Jonathan [Lock & Sarah his wife 

was born in September 20, 1733 
David Lock Son of Jonathan Lock & Sarah his [wife] was 

born in august the 24, 1735 
Abigil Lock Daughter of Jonathan Lock & Sarah his [wife] 

was born in September the 5, 1736 
William Lock son of Jonothan Lock & Sarah his wife was 

born in July the 26, 1738 
Margerit Lock Daughter of Jonathan Lock & Sarah his wife 

was born in July the 20, 1740 
John Knowls and Sarah Moulton Joyned in mariage cov- 
enant Jenerary the first, 1 741 
Elijah Lock and Hulde Pirkens joyned in marige Covenant 

in march the 22, 1739 
Hulde Lock Daughter of Elijah Lock & Hulde his wife was 

born in October the 2, 1739 
Anna Jennes Daughter of Joshua Jennes & Hannah his wife 

was born in august the 8, 1733 
Hannah Jennes Daughter of Joshua Jenness & Hannah his 

wife was born in jenerary the 30, 1736 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 43 

Joshua Jennes Son of Joshua Jennes & Hannah his wife was 

born in April the 7, 1739 
Deliverance Jennes Daughter of Joshua & Hannah his wife 

was born in Jenerary the 14, 1741 

(R. T. R., I: 232.) 

Richard Lock son of John Lock & Sarah his wife was born 

in July the 28, 1720 
Mary Lock Daughter of John Lock & Sarah his wife was 

born in November the 13, 1722 
Jacob Lock son of John Lock and Sarah his wife was born 

in November the 12, 1727 
John Lock son of John Lock and Sarah his wife Decest in 

June the 23, 1730 
Tryfeny Lock Daughter of John Lock and Sarah his wife 

Decest in August the 13, 1736 
Abner Lock Son of John Lock and Sarah his wife Decest in 

August the 11, 1736 
Mary Lock Daughter of John Lock and Sarah his wife De- 
cest in July, 1736 
Jacob Lock Son of John Lock and Sarah his wife Decest in 

August, 1736 
Mary Persons Daughter of the Reverend M Samuell Per- 
sons & M rs Mary his wife was born in July the 15, 1740 
Nathaniell Foss & Mole Tucker Joynd in mariage covenent 

in October the 10, 1740 
Thomas Doust Son of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

Decest in august the 27, 1735 
Samuell Doust Son of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

Decest in August the 19, 1735 
Abiall Doust Daughter of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his 

wife Decest in august the 24, 1735. 
Sarah Doust Daughter of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his 

wife was born in Jenerary the 19, 1729 
Solomon Doust son of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

Decest in November the 13, 1735 
Elizebeth Doust Daughter of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth 

his wife Decest in November the 19, 1735 
Rachel Doust Daughter of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his 

wife was born in august the 1, 1735 
Thomas Doust Son of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

was born in August 28, 1724 

(R. T. R., 1 : 233.) 



44 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

r 

Samuel Doust Son of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his wife 

was born in march the 26, 1726 
Abiall Doust Daughter of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth his 

wife was born in September the 24, 1728 
Solomon Doust Son of Solomon Doust <& Elizebeth his wife 

was born in may the 23, 1728 
Elizebeth Doust Daughter of Solomon Doust & Elizebeth 

his wife was born in Jenerary the 11, 1732 
Kathaniell Marden Son of Jonathan Marclen & Hepzebeth 

his wife was born in march the 11, 1730 
Jonothan Marden Son of Jonothan Marden & Hepzebeth 

his wife was born in October the 9, 1732 
Timothy Marden Son of Jonothan marden & Hepzebeth his 

wife was born in august the 28, 1735 
Joseph marden Son of Jonathan Marden & Hepzebeth his 

wife was born in march the 22, 1738 
Nethaniell marden Son of Jonothan marden & Hepzebeth 

his wife Decest in December the 7, 1735 
Simeon Doust Son of Samuell Doust & Rachel his wife was 

born in September the 27, 1730 
Simeon Doust Son of Samuell Doust & Rachel his wife De- 
cest in October the 26, 1734 
Mary Doust Daughter of Samuell Doust & Rachel his wife 

was born in may the 8, 1723 
AVallis Foss and Mary Doust Joyned in Mariage Covenant 

in Jenerary the 25, 1739 
Samuell Foss Son of AVallis Foss & mary his wife was born 

in October the 25, 1739 
Joseph Knowls Son of Simon Knowls& Deliverance his wife 

was born in December the 13, 1727 
Samuell Goss Son of Jethro Goss & Esther his wife was 

born in august the 21, 1728 
Levi Goss Son of Jethro Goss & Esther his wife was born 

in Feberary the 3, 1735 
Esther Goss Daughter of Jethro Goss & Esther his wife was 

born in Febrary the 5, 1734 
Sarah Goss Daughter of Jethro Goss & Esther his wife was 

born in June the 12, 1736 

(R. T. R., 1 : 234. 

Mary Goss Daughter of Jethro Goss & Ester his wife was 

born in august the 16, 1738 
Samuell Goss Son of Jethro Goss & Ester his wife Decest in 

august the 22, 1735 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 45 

Levi Goss Son of J e thro Goss & Ester his wife Decest in 

August the 18, 1735 
Ester Goss Daughter of Jethro Goss & Ester his wife De- 
cest in august the 18, 1735 
Mary Brown Daughter of Joseph Brown & Elizabeth his 

wife Decest in November the 12, 1736 
Ebener Marden & Ester Berry joynd in mariage covenant 

in Jenerery the 17, 1735 
Abegill Marden Daughter of Ebener Marden & Ester his 

wife was born in august the 12, 1740 
Olive Rand Daughter of Nathaniell Rand & Abial his wife 

was born in July the 9, 1739 
Joseph Palmer son of William Palmer & Anne [?] his wife 

was born in may the 8 a 1740 
John Jones & Ann Webster joyned in Marriage covenant in 

august the 27, 1733 
William Jones Son of John Jones & Ann his wife was born 

in June the day is forgot, 1735 
Mary Jones Daughter of John Jones & Ann his wife was 

born in November the day is forgot, 1740 
Sarah Jones Daughter of John Jones & Ann his wife was 

born in aprell the 23, 1737 
Moses Pain son of william Pain & wife liana was born in 

aprell the 16, 1736 
Josiah Webster the Son of John Webster & Abiah his Wife 

was born at Hampton in April 1706 
Martha Webster the wife of Josiah Webster was born Sep- 
tember 3 d 1714 

(R. T. R., I: 235.) 

Sarah Marden Daughter of Samuell Marden & Sarah his 

wife was born in June the 27, 1727 
Darkes Marden Daughter of Samuell Marden & Sarah his 

wife was born in Aprell the 14, 1735 
Hepsebeth marden Daughter of Samuell marden & Sarah his 

wife was born in September the 28, 1738 
Hepsebeth marden Daughter of Samuel marden & Sarah his 

wife was born in April the 2, 1729 
Phebe marden Daughter of Samuell Marden & Sarah his 

wife was born in may the 3, 1731 
Mary Marden Daughter of Samuell Marden & Sarah his 

wife was born in November the 1, 1733 
Hepsebeth marden Daughter of Samuell marden & Sarah his 

wife Decest in the 7 th year of her age. 



46 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Phebe marden Daughter of Samuell marden & Sarah his 

wife Decest in the 5 th year of her Eage 
Mary Marden Daughter of Samuell Marden & Sarah his 

wife Decest in the 2 year of her Eage 
William tucker and Mary Archer joynd in mariage covenant 

in aprel the 5, 1721 
Mary tucker Daughter of william tucker & mary his wife 

was born in feberary the 11, 1725 
William tucker Son of William tucker & mary his wife was 

born in June the 17, 1727 
Suesannah tucker Daughter of william & mary his wife was 

born in August the 25, 1730 
Nathaniell tucker Son of william tucker & Mary his wife 

was born in September the 13, 1732 
Ester tucker Daughter of william tucker & mary his wife 

was born in December the 28, 1734 
Sarah tucker Daughter of william tucker & Mary his wife 

was born in may the 18, 1737 
Mary tucker Daughter of william & mary his wife was born 

in October the 25, 1740 
Benjamin Schegel son of Christofer Schegel & Deborah 

his wife was born in november the 27, 1727 
John Berry son of Nathaniell Berry Ester his wife was 

born in march the 22, 1725 
Nathan iell Berry son of Nathaniell Berry & Ester his wife 

was born in July 10, 1727 

(R. T. R., 1 : 236.) 

Hannah jannes Daughter of John jannes and Elizbath his 

wife was Born march the 29, 1741 
David Lane the Son of John Lane and mary his wife Born 

febuary the Twenty first 1740/1 
Hannah marden the Daughter of Stephen marden and Char- 
ity his wife was Born march the 13, 1723 
Benjamin marden the son of Stephen marden and Charity 

his wife was Born august the 9, 1729 
Ruth marden the Daughter of Stephen marden and Charity 

his wife was Born December the 8, 1731 
Elizabeth marden the Daughter of Stephen Marden and 

Charity his wife was Born aparel the 12, 1734 
Stephen marden the Son of Stephen marden and Charity his 

wife was Born September the 21, 1736 
Abigel marden the Daughter of Stephen marden and Charity 

his wife was Born July the 22, 1739 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 47 

Sarah f oss the Daughter of John foss and Abigel his wife 

was Born September the 18, 1731 
Jonathan Towle the Son of Jonathan Tole and anne His 

wife was Bom Julyy e 4 th , 1729 
Levi Towle the Son of Jonathan Towle and anne His wife 

was Born September the 22, 1731 
Joseph Towle the Son of Jonathan Towle and anne His wife 

was Born march the 21, 1733 
Samuell Towle the Son of Jonathan Towle and anne His 

wife was Born November the 5, 1735 
James Towle the Son of Jonathan Towle and anne His wife 

was Born October the 28, 1737 
Anne Towle the Daughter of Jonathan Towle and anne His 

wife was Born march the 28, 1741 
Nathaniel [?] Parsons Son of the Rev nt m r Samuel Parsons 

and inary his wife was born August the first 1742 

(R. T. R., 1 : 237.) 

Suseanna Berry Daughter of Nehemiah Berry & Sarah his 

wife was born in august the 23, 1725 
John Berry Son of Nehemiah Berry & Sarah his wife was 

born in march the 18, 1736 
Jacob Berry Son of Nehemiah Berry & Sarah his wife was 

born in July the 7, 1738 
Hannah Berry Daughter of Nehemiah Berry & Sarah his 

wife & was born in September the 23, 1740 
Jonathan Goss & Salome Lock joynd in Mariage Covenant 

in may the 22, 1735 
Richard Goss son of Jonathan Goss & Salome his wife was 

born in November the 3, 1738 
Salome Goss Daughter of Jonathan Goss & Salome his wife 

was born in feberary the 22, 1741 
Deborah Smith Daughter of David Smith & Sarah his wife 

was born in June the 18, 1730 
Merebeth Smith Daughter of David Smith & Sarah his wife 

was born in July the 13, 1734 
Mary Smith Daughter of David Smith & Sarah his wife 

was born in September 25, 1736 
David Smith son of David Smith & Sarah his wife was born 

in Jenerary the 18, 1741 
Mary Moulton Daughter of Daniell Moulton & Phebe his 

wife was born in may the 13, 1729 
Abigel Lock Daughter of William Lock and Elisbeth His 

wife was born march y e 4, 1743 



48 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF KYE. 

Bethiah Rand Daughter of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife 

was born June the 8 th 1742 
Elizabeth Webster Daughter of Josiah Webster and Martha 

his wife was born febuery y e 29, 1740 
Abiah Webster Daughter of Josiah Webster and Martha His 

wife was Born September y e 3, 1742 
Mary Lane Daughter of John Lane and mary his wife Was 

Born febuary the 24, 1742/3 
Hannah Elkins Daughter Henery Elkins and Catherine his 

wife was Born Jeune y e 9 th 1734 [?] 

(R. T. R., I: 238.) 

Henery Elkens Son of Henery Elkens and Catherine his 

wife was Born September y e twentieth first 1739 
Catherine Elkens Daughter of Henery Elkens and Catherine 

his wife was Born June y e 20, 1741 
Joanna Elkens Daughter of Henery Elkens and Catherine 

his wife was Born May ye 14, 1743 
Isral Dolbeer Son of Isral Dolbeer and Sarah Wife was 

Borne Januery the 6, 1737/8 
Hannah Dolbeer Daughter of Isral Dolbeer and Sarah his 

wife was Born March the 12, 1741/2 
George Rand Son of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife was 

Born Aperal the 4 th 1744 
Jonathan Philbrick Son of James Philbrick and Elizbath 

his wife Was Born April y e 6, 1741 
Titus Philbrick son of James Philbrick and Elezbath his 

wife was Born April y e 4 1743 
Sarah webster Daughter of Josiah webster and martha his 

wife was Born april y e 19, 1745 
Hannah Lane Daughter of John Lane and marv his wife was 

Born December y e 25, 1744 
Abigel Goss Daughter of Richard Goss and Rachel his wife 

was Born October y e 2 th 1724 
Margret Goss Daughter of Richard Goss and Rachal his 

wife was Born febuary y e 18, 1731 
William Lock Son of william Lock and Elisbath his wife 

was Born September j c 9 th 1745 
Ruth Dolbeer Daughter of Jonathan Dolbeer and Hannah 

his wife was born December y e 2 th 1745 

(R. T. R., 1 : 239.) 

Elisabeth jennes Daughter of frances jannes and Sarah His 
wife was Born September y e 9, 1741 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. I. Dover, N. H., October, 1903. No. 2. 



FRIENDS RECORDS, 
DOVER, N. H., MONTHLY MEETING. 



MARRIAGES. 



[The date of the organization of the Friends Society, in Dover, is not 
known. The old book of records, of the society, is said to have been 
lost, many years ago. The book now known as Volume I, beginning 
with March 21, 1701-2, should without doubt be called Volume II. 
The first marriage certificate, recorded in that book, bears date 
November 6, 1701; which was nearly five months before the beginning 
of the book; and the certificate recites, that the parties had declared 
their intentions of marriage, at a previous monthly meeting of the soci- 
ety, in Dover. The marriage certificates were recorded, not as issued, 
biit whenever the parties brought them to the clerk for record; some- 
times not for ten or twenty years after the date of the marriage. The 
marriage certificates are very long, similarly worded, and attested by 
many witnesses. In the following pages, one marriage certificate has 
been printed in full, to show their usual form, and afterwards the mar- 
riage records were made, by copying the names and residences of the 
parties, as given in each certificate, following the exact wording but 
correcting the spelling, down to the word married, which has been 
inserted to abbreviate the long record, following which the place and 
date of marriage have been given same as in certificate. The marriages 
have been arranged chronologically. Marriage certificates are found in 
four volumes of the Friends records, each volume is indexed in name 
of groom, thus furnishing a ready reference should it be found desira- 
ble to consult the original. Prior to 1752, the year began on March 25, 
and March was called the first month, and February the twelfth month, 
of the year. To avoid confusion in dates, the number of the month 
has been left out, and the name retained, as the same number would 
not always refer to the same month; on the marriage certificates both 
the number and name of month are usually given.] 

Whereas Henery Estes son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Estes 
of Barwick in the County of York in y e Province of the Mas- 
saehusets Bay in Newengland : and Mary Varney daughter 
of John and Sarah Varney of Dover in y e Province of 
Newhampshair in Newengland afors d , having decleared their 



50 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

intentions of Takeing Each other in marraige before severe] 
Publick meetings of the People called Quakers in Dover 
afores d according to the good order used amongst them whose 
Proceeding therein after a deliberate consideration thereof 
with a Regard to the Righteous Law of God and the Example 
of his People Recorded in the scriptures of Truth in that 
case were approved of by the s d meetings they appearing 
clear of all others and having consent of Parants and Rela- 
tions concerned — Now these are to certifie all whom it may 
concern that for the full accomplishing of their s d intentions 
this seventeenth day of y e second month called April in y e 
year according to y e English account one thousand seven 
hundred and forty live — They y e s d Henery Estes and Mary 
Varney appearing in a Publick assembley of y e afores d People 
mett together in their Publick meeting Place at Chochecha 
in Dover af ores' 1 — And in a sollemn manner he y e s d Henery 
Estes Takeing y e s d Mary Varney by the hand did openly 
declear that he Took her to be his wife Promising by y e 
Lords assistance to be unto her a True and Loving husband 
until death makes a seperation. 

And y e s d Mary Varney did then and there in Like sollemn 
manner openly declear that she Took him y e s d Henery Estes 
to be her husband Promising by y e Lords assistance to be to 
him a True and Loving wife until death makes a seperation. 

And y e s d Henery Estes and Mary Varney as a further 
confirmation hereof did then and there to these Presents sett 
their hands (she the s d Mary Varney assuming y e name of 
her husband) and we whose names are hereunto subscribed 
being Present (amongst others) at y e sollemnizing of their 
s d marriage and subscription in manner as afors d as witnises 
hereunto have also to these presents subscribed our names y" 
day and year above writen. 

Henery Estes 
Mary Estes 
Silvanus Hussey Stephen Varney Jr. 

Ebenezer Varney Timothy Emerson 

Joseph Estes Ephraim Tebbets Jr 

Stephen Varney William Forst 

Ebenezer Varney Thomas Hanson 

Thomas Varney Elijah Estes 

Jonathan Varney Elizabeth Estes 

Paul Varney Mary Varney 

Tobias Hanson Rose Tebbets 



MARRIAGES. 51 

Joseph Varney Patience Hanson 

Joseph Buifum Sarah Hanson 

Jacob Sawyer Sarah Estes 

Ephraim Tebbets 

Entered y e 22 of y e 2 mo 1745 

P William Fry J r Clerk. 

William Hartford, of Dover, son of John Hartford, of Dover, 
husbandman, and Patience Long, daughter of John Long, 
married in Dover, November 6, 1701. 

William Hartford, of Dover, and Mary Canney, of the same 
town, widow, married in Dover, November 22, 1701. 

James Mussey, of Salisbury, in y e county of Essex, in y e 
province of y e Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son of 
Thomas Mussey, of Cape Porpoise, in y e province of Maine, 
deceased, and Judith Whitehouse, of Dover, daughter of 
Thomas Whitehouse, of y e towne of Dover, hi y e province 
of New Hampshire, blacksmith, married in Dover, Novem- 
ber 21, 1705. 

Joseph Theacher, of Salem, and Mary Watson, daughter of 
Jonathan Watson, of Dover, married in Dover, July 31, 
1711. 

Renold Jenkins, of Kittery, and Elizabeth Canney, daughter 
of Joseph Canney, of Dover, married in Dover, May 19, 
1712. 

John Canney, son of Joseph Canney, of Dover, in y e province 
of New Hampshire, deceased, and Sarah Austin, daughter 
of Thomas Austin, of y e town and province aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Dover, December 22, 1712. 

Nathaniel Austin, son of Thomas Austin, of Dover, in y e 
province of New Hampshire, and Catherine Neal, daugh- 
ter of Andrew Neal, of Kittery, in the province of y e Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, in New England, married in Dover, 
November 22, 1714. 

Joseph Estes and Mary Robinson, both of y e town of Dover, 
in y e province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, Octo- 
ber 19, 1719. 

Samuel Hill and Hannah Allen, both of Kittery, in y e pro- 
vince of y e Massachusetts Bay, married * February 20, 
1720/21. 

Otis Pinkham and Abigail Tibbetts, both of y e town of 

*Place of marriage not given on certificate, but presumably it was in 
Dover. — Ed. 



52 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, November 22, 1721. 

Ephraim Tibbetts, son of Ephraim Tibbetts, blacksmith, of 
Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, and Ann Allen, 
of y e town of Kittery, daughter of Francis and Hannah 
Allen, married in Dover, November 6, 1722. 

John Varney, son of Ebenezer and Mary Varney, and Sarah 
Robinson, daughter of Timothy and Mary Robinson, both 
of y e town of Dover, married hi Dover, March 26, 1723. 

Samuel Twomblin,* son of John and Rachel Twomblin, and 
Judith Hanson, daughter of Tobias and Ann Hanson, both 
of y e town of Dover, married in Dover, November 26, 
1723. 

William Fry, son of William and Hannah Fry, of Kittery, in 
y e province of y e Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Abigail Varney, daughter of Ebenezer and Mary Varney, 
of the town of Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, 
married in Dover, September 15, 1724. 

Richard Scammon, son of Richard and Elizabeth Scammon, 
and Susanna Varney, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Var- 
ney, of y e town of Dover, married in Dover, December 8, 
1724. 

Thomas Hanson, son of Thomas and Margaret Hanson, and 
Patience Mason, daughter of Peter and Mary Mason, of y e 
town of Dover, married in Dover, December 8, 1724. 

Daniel Libbey, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Libbey, and 
Eleanor Meader, daughter of Nathaniel and Eleanor 
Meader, of y e town of Dover, married in Dover, January 
13, 1724. 

Tobias Hanson, son of Tobias and Ann Hanson, and Judith 
Varney, daughter of Ebenezer and Mary Varney, both of 
y e town of Dover, married in Dover, December 27, 1726. 

Daniel Meader, son of Nathaniel and Eleanor Meader, of y e 
town of Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, and 
Elizabeth Allen, daughter of Francis and Hannah Allen, of 
y e town of Kittery, in y e province of y e Massachusetts Bay, 
married in Dover, August 23, 1727. 

Samuel Austin, son of Thomas and Ann Austin, and Abigail 
Pinkham, daughter of Solomon and Mary Pinkham, botli 
of y e town of Dover, married in Dover, January 23, 
1727/8. 

Moses Varney, son of Peter and Elizabeth Varney, of Dover, 

*This name is now Twombly. — Ed. 



MARRIAGES. 53 

in y e province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Phebe Tnttle, daughter of James and Rose Tuttle, of 
Dover afores d , married in Dover, March 26, 1728. 

Robert Hanson, son of Thomas & Margaret Hanson, of 
Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, and Lydia Var- 
ney, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Varney, of Dover 
aforesaid, married in Dover, October 23, 1728. 

Benjamin Austin, son of Thomas and Anne Austin, of Dover, 
in y e province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Sarah Phikham, daughter of Thomas and Mary Pinkham, 
of Dover, married in Dover, November 19, 1729. 

Ebenezer Varney, son of Ebenezer and Mary Varney, of 
Cochecha, in y e town of Dover, in y* province of New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Elizabeth Hanson, 
daughter of John and Elizabeth Hanson, of Cochecha, in 
Dover aforesaid, married hi Dover, Febuary 24, 1729/30. 

Henry Tibbetts, son of Ephraim and Rose Tibbetts, of Dover, 
in y e province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Elizabeth Robinson, daughter of Timothy and Mary Rob- 
inson, of Dover, married in Dover, May 13, 1730. 

Timothy Robinson, son of Timothy and Mary Robinson, of 
the town of Dover, in y e provmce of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Mary Allen, daughter of Francis and 
Hannah Allen, of y e town of Kittery, in y e province of y" 
Massachusetts Bay, married in Dover, September 24, 1730. 

Maul Hanson, son of Thomas and Margaret Hanson, late of 
Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, deceased, and 
Sarah Twombly, daughter of John Twombly and Sarah his 
wife, of the same town of Dover, married in Dover, Nov- 
ember 28, 1733. 

Isaac Hanson, son of John Hanson, late of Dover, in y e pro- 
vince of New Hampshire, deceased, and of Elizabeth his 
wife, and Sarah Horn, daughter of William and Mary 
Horn, of y e same Dover, married in Dover, July 31, 1734. 

John Twombly, son of John Twombly, of Dover, in ye pro- 
vmce of New Hampshire, in New England, and of Sarah 
his wife, and Martha Varney, daughter of Ebenezer Var- 
ney and Mary his wife, of the same Dover, married in 
Dover, October 30, 1734. 

Jedediah Morrell, son of John Morrell, of y e town of Kittery, 
in the province of y e Massachusetts Bay, in New England, 
and of Hannah his wife, and Elizabeth Jenkins, daughter 



54 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

of Renold Jenkins and Elizabeth his wife, of y e same Kit- 
tery aforesaid, married in Dover, December 5, 1734. 

David Hoag, son of Jonathan Hoag, of Exeter, in y e province 
of New Hampshire, in New England, and of Martha his 
wife, and Kezia Jenkins, daughter of Joseph Jenkins, of 
Dover, in y e province aforesaid, and of Hannah, his wife, 
married in Dover, December 11, 1734. 

Michael Kennard, of the town of Kittery, in the county of 
York, in y e province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New 
England, widower, and Sarah Varney, daughter of Peter 
and Elizabeth Varney, late of Dover, in y e province of 
New Hampshire, deceased, married in Dover, December 
21, 1734. 

John Hanson, son of John Hanson, late of Dover, in the 
province of New Hampshire, deceased, and of Elizabeth 
his wife, and Phebe Austin, daughter of Nathaniel Austin, 
of y e same Dover aforesaid, and of Catherine his wife. 
married in Dover, February 27, 1734/5. 

Thomas Canney, son of Thomas Canney, of Dover, in y e 
province of New Hampshire, in New England, and of Rose 
his wife, and Elizabeth Tibbetts, daughter of Ephraim and 
Rose Tebbetts, of Dover aforesaid, married in Dover, Sep- 
tember 4, 1735. 

Samuel Varney, son of Ebenezer and Mary Varney, of Dover, 
in y e province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Mary Varney, daughter of Joseph and Abigail Varney, 
of Dover aforesaid, married in Dover, June 30, 1736. 

Joseph Hoag, son of Joseph Hoag, of Stratham, in the pro- 
vince of New Hampshire, in New England, and Jemina 
Jenkins, daughter of Joseph Jenkins, of Dover, in y e pro- 
vince aforesaid, married in Dover, December 23, 1736. 

Ebenezer Pinkham, son of Thomas Pinkham, of Dover, in y e 
province of New Hampshire, in New England, and Sarah 
Austin, daughter of Nathaniel and Catherine Austin, of 
Dover aforesaid, married in Dover, January 27, 1736/7. 

Elijah Tibbetts, son of Ephraim Tibbetts and Rose Tebbetts, 
of Dover, in the province of New Hamphire, in New Eng- 
land, and Love Drew, daughter of William Drew and Mary 
Drew, of Dover, in the province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, December 23, 1738 

John Pearl, son of John Pearl and Mary his wife, of Roches- 
ter, in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, 
and Mary Tibbetts, daughter of Joseph Tibbetts, and 



MARRIAGES. 55 

Catherine his wife, of Dover, in said province, married in 
Dover, September 27, 1739. 

Solomon Hanson, son of Thomas and Hannah Hanson, late 
of Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, deceased, and 
Anne Varney, daughter of Ebenezer and Mary Varney, of 
y e same Dover aforesaid, married in Dover, December 2, 
1741. 

Isaac Hanson, son of Tobias and Anne Hanson, of Dover, in 
the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Susanna Canney, daughter of Thomas and Rose Canney, 
of Dover aforesaid, married in Dover, December 31, 
1741. 

Joseph Jenkins, of Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, 
in New England, and Tabitha Weymouth, of Dover afore- 
said, married in Dover, April 27, 1743. 

Jacob Sawyer, of Amesbury, in y e county of Essex, and pro- 
vince of y e Massachusetts Bay, in New England, black- 
smith, son of Stephen Sawyer Junr., of Newbury, in y e 
county and province aforesaid, and Susanna Estes, daugh- 
ter of Joseph Estes, of Dover, in y e province of New 
Hampshire, in New England, blacksmith, married in Dover. 
November 7, 1743. 

Silvanus Hussey, son of Batchelder and Abigail Hussey, of 
Biddeford, in the county of York, in the province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Elizabeth Var- 
ney, daughter of Joseph and Abigail Varney, of Dover, in 
y e province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, Octo- 
ber 24, 1744. 

Ebenezer Hussey, son of Batchelder and Abigail Hussey, of 
Biddeford, in the county of York, in the province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Miriam Morrell, 
daughter of John and Ruth Morrell, of Berwick, in said 
county, married in Dover, October 24, 1744. 

Moses Sawyer, son of Stephen Sawyer Jun 1 ' and of Sarah his 
wife, of Newbury, in y e province of the Massachusetts, in 
New England, and Huldah Hill, daughter of Samuel and 
Hannah Hill, of Kittery, in said province, married in 
Dover, November 5, 1744. 

Elijah Estes, son of Joseph and Mary Estes, of Dover, in 
the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Sarah Hodgdon, daughter of Israel Hodgdon Jr., of Dover 
aforesaid, married in Dover, December 5, 1744. 

Henry Estes, son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Estes, of Ber- 



56 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

wick, in the county of York, in y e province of the Massa- 
chusetts Bay, in New England, and Mary Varney, daugh- 
ter of John and Sarah Varney, of Dover, in y e province of 
New Hampshire, married in Dover, April 17, 1745. 

Joseph Catlen*, son of John Catlen and Lydia Catlin, of Dur- 
ham, in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, 
and Lydia Allen, daughter of Francis Allen and Hannah 
his wife, of Kittery, in the county of York, in the province 
of Massachusetts Bay, married in Dover, November 7, 
1745. 

Simeon Hill, son of Samuel Hill, of Kittery, in the county of 
York, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New 
England, and Rebekah Austin, daughter of Nathaniel 
Austin and Catherine Austin, of Dover, in the province of 
New Hampshire, married in Dover, November 7, 1745. 

Josiah Rogers, son of Robert Rogers and Elizabeth Rogers, 
of Newbury,in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in 
New England, and Patience Varney,daughter of Nathaniel 
Varney and Content Varney, of Cochecha, in Dover, in 
the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, July 
22, 1746. 

Daniel Twombly, son of John Twombly and Sarah Twombly, 
of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Mary Tuttle, daughter of Thomas Tuttle and 
Mary his wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, married f July 22, 1747. 

Gideon Warren, son of Gilbert Warren and Abigail his wife, 
of Berwick, hi the county of York, in the province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Hannah Morrill, 
daughter of John Morrill and Ruth Morrill, of the town 
and province aforesaid, married J February 1, 1748. 

Stephen Hanson, son of Robert and Lydia Hanson, of Dover, 
hi the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Mary Austin, daughter of Nathaniel Austin and Cather- 
ine Austin, of the town and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, October 26, 1749. 

Silas Hanson, son of Nathaniel Hanson, late deceased, and 
Martha Hanson, of the town of Dover, in the province of 
New Hampshire, in New England, and Abigail Varney, 
of the town and province aforesaid, married in Dover, 
November 1, 1749. 

*This name is usually Cartland now. — Et>. 

t Place of marriage not stated, but probably in Dover. — Ed. 

t Place of marriage not stated but probably in Dover. — Ed. 



MARRIAGES. 57 

Nicholas Austin, son of Nathaniel Austin, deceased, and 
Catharine his wife, of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, hi New England, and Elizabeth Tibbetts, 
daughter of Joseph Tibbetts and Rose his wife, of the 
town and province aforesaid, married in Dover, April 26, 
1750. 

Tobias Hanson, son of Tobias Hanson and Anne Hanson, of 
Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Sarah Fry, daughter of William Fry, deceased, 
and Hannah Fry, of Kittery, in the county of York, in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, married in Dover, 
October 25, 1750. 

Ambrose Bampton, son of John Bampton and Hannah his 
wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Rebekah Hill, daughter of Nathaniel Austin 
and Catharine Austin, of Dover, hi the province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, November 5, 1750. 

John Hanson, son of John Hanson, deceased, and Elizabeth 
Hanson, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Sarah Tuttle, daughter of Thomas 
Tuttle and Mary his wife, of the town and province afore- 
said, married hi Dover, November 21, 1750. 

Samuel Kennard, son of Michael Kennard and Elizabeth his 
wife, deceased, of Kittery, in the county of York, in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Elizabeth Allen, daughter of Francis Allen Junr., deceased, 
and Mary his wife, of the county and province aforesaid, 
married hi Dover, November 29, 1750. 

Maul Hanson, son of Thomas Hanson and Margaret Hanson, 
deceased, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Anne Austin, daughter of Nathaniel 
Austin, deceased, and Catharine his wife, of the town and 
province aforesaid, married hi Dover, May 23, 1751. 

Stephen Varney, son of Stephen Varney and Mercy Varney, 
of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Deliverance Lamos, daughter of Nathaniel Lamo 
and Abigail his wife, of the town and province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, July 10, 1751. 

Jacob Sawyer, of Dover, hi the province of New Hampshire, 
in New England, son of Stephen Sawyer and Sarah his 
wife, of Newbury, in the province of the Massachusetts 
Bay, in New England aforesaid, and Sarah Hanson, daugh- 



58 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

ter of Timothy Hanson and Kezia his wife, of Dover, mar- 
ried in Dover, July 10, 1751. 
Isaac Rogers, son of Jonathan Rogers and Hannah Rogers, 
of Newbury, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in 
New England, and Lydia Varney, daughter of Nathaniel 
Varney and Content Varney, of Dover, in the province of 
New Hampshire, married in Dover, August 28, 1751. 

Elijah Jenkins, son of Renold Jenkins, deceased, and 
Elizabeth Jenkins, of Kittery, in the county of York, in 
the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, 
and Hannah Fry, daughter of William Fry and Abigail his 
wife, of Kittery, in the county and province aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Dover, November 7, 1751. 

Samuel Gould, son of Samuel Gould and Lydia his wife, of 
Berwick, in the county of York, in the province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Mary Jenkins, 
daughter of Renold Jenkins, deceased, and Elizabeth his 
wife, of Kittery, in the county and province aforesaid, mar- 
ried hi Dover, November 7, 1751. 

Alden Warren, son of Gilbert Warren and Abigail his wife, 
of Berwick, in the county of York, in the province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Abigail Neal, 
daughter of John Neal and Patience his wife, of Kittery, 
in the county and province aforesaid, married in Dover, 
November 28, 1751. 

Mussey Gould, son of Samuel Gould and Lydia his wife, of 
Berwick, in the county of York, in the province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Martha Fry, 
daughter of William Fry and Abigail his wife, of Kittery, 
in the county and province aforesaid, married in Dover, 
November 28, 1751. 

Richard Scammon, son of Richard Scammon and Elizabeth 
his wife, deceased, of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Hope Tuttle, daughter 
of Thomas Tuttle and Mary his wife, of Dover, in the 
province aforesaid, married in Dover, May 10, 1753. 

John Hoag, of Stratham, in the province of New Hampshire, 
in New England, son of Benjamin Hoag and Sarah his 
wife, deceased, of Amesbury, in the province of the Massa- 
chusetts Bay, in New England, and Patience Rogers, 
daughter of Nathaniel Varney and Content his wife, of 
Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, December 26, 1753. 



MARRIAGES. 59 

Moses Purington, of Berwick, in y e county of York, in the 
province of y e Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son of 
John Purington and Theodate his former deceased wife, 
of Amesbury, hi the province of the Massachusetts Bay, 
in New England aforesaid, and Peace Morrill, daughter of 
John Morrill and Ruth his wife, of Berwick, married in 
Berwick, September 17, 1754. 

Joseph Hanson, son of Benjamin Hanson, of Dover, in the 
province of New Hampshire, in New England, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, deceased, and Margaret Hanson, daughter of 
Timothy Hanson, of the town and province aforesaid, and 
Kezia his wife, deceased, married in Dover, October 9, 
1754. 

John Canney, son of Thomas and Rose Canney, of the town 
of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Love Tibbetts, daughter of Joseph and Sarah 
Tibbetts, of Rochester, in the province aforesaid, married 
in Dover, November 13, 1754. 

Samuel Gould, of Berwick, in the county of York, in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Mary Mace, of Kittery, in the province aforesaid, married 
in Dover, May 17, 1755. 

Elijah Jenkins, of Berwick, in the county of York, in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son 
of Renold Jenkins, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, of 
Kittery, in the county and province aforesaid, and Mehit- 
able Weymouth, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England aforesaid, daughter of Joshua Wey- 
mouth, deceased, and Sarah his wife, married in Dover, 
July 2, 1755. 

Timothy Hanson, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, son of Thomas Hanson and Mar- 
garet his wife, deceased, in the province aforesaid, and 
Mary Twombly, daughter of Thomas Tuttle and Mary his 
wife, of Dover, in the province aforesaid, married in Dover, 
July 8, 1755. 

William Canney, son of Thomas and Rose Canney, of Dover, 
in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Rose Tibbetts, daughter of Joseph Tibbetts, of Rochester, 
and Sarah his wife, of New Hampshire, married in Dover, 
November 17, 1756. 

James Hanson, son of Robert Hanson, deceased, and Lydia 
Hanson, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in 



60 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

New England, and Abigail Varney, daughter of Ebenezer 
Varney and Elizabeth Varney, of Dover, in the province 
of New Hampshire, married in Dover, November 24, 1756. 

Timothy Varney, son of John and Sarah Varney, of Dover, 
in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Joanna Hanson, daughter of Timothy Hanson and Kezia 
his former wife, deceased, of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, married in Dover, November 24, 1756. 

Joseph Meader, son of Daniel Meader, deceased, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, and Abigail Varney, daughter of 
Joseph Varney and Abigail his wife, deceased, of Dover, 
in the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, 
December 8, 1756. 

Enoch Hoag, of Portsmouth, son of John Hoag, of Stratham, 
in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Mary his former wife, deceased, and Judith Varney, 
daughter of Stephen Varney and Mercy his wife, of Dover, 
in the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, May 
11, 1757. 

Nathaniel Austin, son of Nathaniel Austin, deceased, and 
Catharine his wife, of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, hi New England, and Sarah Roberts, daughter 
of Stephen Roberts and Kezia his wife, of Dover, in the 
province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, May 12, 
1757. 

Abner Hoag, son of John Hoag, of Stratham, in the province 
of New Hampshire, in New England, and Mary his former 
wife, deceased, and Margaret Varney, daughter of Nathan- 
iel Varney and Content his wife, [of Dover,] in the prov- 
ince of New Hampshire, married in Dover, May 24, 1758. 

Samuel Hanson, son of Timothy Hanson and Kezia his 
former wife, and Hannah Jenkins, daughter of William 
Jenkins and Phebe his wife, all of Dover, in the province 
of New Hampshire, married in Dover, October 1, 1759. 

Zacheus Purinton, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, son of Daniel Purinton and Sarah 
his former wife, of Salem, in the province of the Massa- 
chusetts Bay, in New England, and Anne Twombly, 
daughter of John Twombly and Martha his former wife, 
deceased, of Dover, married in Dover, November 21, 1759. 

Benjamin Austin, son of Benjamin Austin and Sarah his 
wife, of Somersworth, in the province of New Hampshire, 



MARRIAGES. 61 

in New England, and Susanna Varney, daughter of Eben- 
ezer Varney, and Elizabeth his wife, deceased, of Dover, 
in New Hampshire, married in Dover, November 28, 1759. 

Thomas Tuttle, son of Thomas T uttle and Mary his wife, 
and Sarah Hanson, daughter of John Hanson and Phebe 
his former wife, all of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, married in Dover, January 2, 1760. 

A mos Peaslee, of Newbury ,in the county of Essex, and prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son of 
Robert Peaslee, last of Haverhill, deceased, and Ale* his 
wife, and Elizabeth Austin, daughter of Joseph Tibbetts 
and Rose his wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, married in Dover, July 9, 1760. 

Ebenezer Fry, son of William Fry and Abigail Fry, of Ivit- 
tery, in the county of York, in the province of the Massa- 
chusetts Ba} T , in New England, and Mary Buffum, daugh- 
ter of Joshua Buffum and Elizabeth Buffum, of Berwick, 
in the county of York, married in Berwick, November 4, 
1760. 

Jonathan Dow, son of Abraham Dow and Phebe his wife, of 
Hampton, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Kezia Roberts, daughter of Stephen Roberts 
and Kezia his wife, of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, married in Berwick, November 4, 1760. 

Elijah Allen, of Kittery, in the county of York, in the prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, widower, 
and Elizabeth Jenkins, widow of Jabez Jenkins, late of 
Kittery aforesaid, deceased, married in Kittery, December 
10, 1760. 

Moses Varney, son of Stephen Varney and Mercy his wife, 
and Mary Estes, daughter of Joseph Estes and Mary his 
wife, all of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, mar- 
ried in Dover, March 25, 1761. 

Nathan Varney, son of Stephen Varney and Mercy his wife, 
and Abigail Tuttle, daughter of Thomas Tuttle and Mary 
his wife, all of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, 
married in Dover, November 4, 1761. 

JaniQS Neal, son of Andrew Neal and Dorcas his wife, of 
Kittery, in the comity of York, hi the province of the Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, in New England, and Elizabeth Roberts, 
daughter of Stephen Roberts and Kezia his wife, of Dover, 

*Presumably for Alice. — Ed. 



62 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

in the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, 
November 26, 1761. 

Samuel Gould, son of Samuel Gould and Lydia his first wife, 
of Berwick, in the county of York, in y e province of y e 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Margery Hus- 
sey, daughter of Job Hussey and Anna his [wife] of Som- 
ersworth, in y e province of New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, December 23, 1761. 

Timothy Robinson, son of Timothy Robinson and Mary his 
wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Alice Fry, daughter of Benjamin Fry, de- 
ceased, and Sarah his wife, of Kittery, in the county of 
York, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, married in 
Kittery, January 6, 1762. 

Jedediah Morrill, of Berwick, in the county of York, in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son 
of John Morrill and Hannah his wife, of Kittery, in the 
county and province afosesaid, and Sarah Gould, daughter 
of Samuel Gould and Lydia his first wife, of Berwick, mar- 
ried in Berwick, January 28, 1762. 

Samuel Winslow, son of Benjamin Winslow and Hope his 
wife, of Falmouth, in y e county of Cumberland, and prov- 
ince of y e Massachusetts Bay, and Ruth Morrill, daugh- 
ter of Peter Morrill and Sarah his wife, of Berwick, in y e 
county of York, married in Berwick, May 24, 1762. 

Reuben Tuttle, son of Thomas Tuttle and Mar}^ his wife, and 
Elizabeth Hanson, daughter of Tobias Hanson and Judith 
his former wife, all of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, married in Dover, May 26, 1762. 

Benjamin Meader, son of Daniel Meader and Elizabeth his 
wife, of Durham, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Patience Hanson, daughter of Tobias 
Hanson and Judith his former wife, of Dover, in the prov- 
ince of New Hampshire, married in Dover, June 23, 
1762. 

Abraham Morrill, son of Jedediah Morrill, of Berwick, and 
Anna his wife (deceased) , in y e county of York, and prov- 
ince of y e Massachusetts Bay, and Elizabeth Lewis, daugh- 
ter of John Lewis, of Berwick, deceased, and Sarah his 
wife, in said county, married in Berwick, July 1, 1762. 

Daniel Varney, son of Stephen Varney and Mercy his wife, 
of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Martha Clark, daughter of James Clark and 



MARRIAGES. 63 

Sarah his wife, of the town and province aforesaid, married 
in Dover, November 24, 1762. 

Elijah Austin, son of Nathaniel Austin, deceased, and Catha- 
rine Austin his wife, and Hannah Roberts, daughter of 
Stephen Roberts and Kezia his wife, all of Dover, in the 
province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, December 
30, 1762. 

James Tuttle, son of Elijah Tuttle and Esther his wife, and 
Rose Pinkham, daughter of Otis Pinkham and Abigail his 
wife, all of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, 
married in Dover, January 6, 1763. 

Benjamin Evans, son of Joseph Evans and Elizabeth his 
wife, and Elizabeth Jenkins, daughter of William Jenkins 
and Phebe his wife, all of Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire, married in Dover, June 1, 1763. 

Remembrance Clark, son of James Clark and Sarah his wife, 
of Dover, hi the province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Sarah Bridges, of Dover, in the province afore- 
said, daughter of Joseph Bridges and Mary his wife, of the 
comity of York, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, 
married in Dover, August 31, 1763. 

Joseph Cartland, of Durham, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, hi New England, and Anne Hanson, daughter of 
Tobias Hanson and Judith his former wife, deceased, of 
Dover, in the province aforesaid, married in Dover, Octo- 
ber 27, 1763. 

James Lamos, son of Nathaniel Lamos and Abigail his wife, 
of Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Sarah Austin, widow of Nathaniel Austin, late 
of Dover, deceased, married in Dover, October 27, 1763. 

Jedediah Dow, son of Abraham Dow and Phebe his wife, 
of Hampton Falls, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Dorcas Neal, daughter of Andrew 
Neal, deceased, and Dorcas his wife, of Kittery, in the prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, married in Dover, Novem- 
ber 3, 1763. 

Joseph Tibbetts, son of Joseph Tibbetts and Sarah his wife, of 
Rochester, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Joseph Hus- 
sey, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, of Somersworth, in 
v e province aforesaid, married in Dover, November 30, 
1763. 



64 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Timothy Varney, son of Samuel Varney and Mary his wife. 
deceased, and Abigail Hussey, daughter of William Hus- 
sey and Hannah his wife, all of Dover, in the province of 
New Hampshire, married in Dover, January 4, 1764. 

Isaac Canney, son of Ichabod Canney and Susanna his wife, 
of Dover, in y e province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Sarah Daniels, daughter of Jacob Daniels and 
Charity his wife, of Barrington, in y e province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, May 2, 1764. 

llenold Jenkins, son of Jabez Jenkins, of Kittery, in the 
county of York, in y e province of y e Massachusetts Bay, in 
New England, deceased, and of Elizabeth his wife, and 
Lydia Allen, daughter of Francis Allen, late of Kittery 
aforesaid, deceased, and of Mary his wife, married in Kit- 
tery, October 4, 1764. 

Josiah Morrill, son of Jedediah Morrill and Anne his wife, 
deceased, both of Berwick, hi the county of York, in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Hannah Webber, daughter of James Webber and Keturah 
his Avife, of Berwick, in said county aforesaid, married in 
Berwick, October 25, 1764. 

Moses Austin, son of Benjamin Austin and Sarah his wife, 
of Somersworth, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Phebe Hussey, daughter of Joseph Hus- 
sey and Elizabeth his wife, of Somersworth in the province 
aforesaid, married in Dover, January 14, 1765. 

Ebenezer Fry, son of William Fry and Abigail his wife, of 
Kittery, in the county of York, in the province of the Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, in New England, and Mary H ussey, daugh- 
ter of William Hussey and Hannah his wife, of Dover, in 
the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, Octo- 
ber 2, 1765. 

Benjamin Connor, son of George Connor, of Kensington, in 
the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Martha his wife, and Mercy Hanson, daughter of Tobias 
Hanson, of Cochecha, in Dover, in the province of New 
Hampshire aforesaid, and Judith his wife, both deceased, 
married in Dover, October 31, 1765. 

Henry Estes, son of Benjamin Estes and Elizabeth his wife, 
of Wells, in the county of York, in the province of y e Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, in New England, and Sarah Allen, daugh- 
ter of John Peaslee and Lydia his wife, of Newton, hi the 
province of New Hampshire, in New England aforpsaid, 



MARRIAGES. 65 

(and widow of Jedediah Allen, late of Berwick, deceased,) 
married in Berwick, October 31, 1765. 

Nathaniel Lamos Jr., son of Nathaniel Lamos and Abigail 
his wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Abigail Roberts, daughter of Stephen 
Roberts, deceased, and Kezia his wife, of the town and 
province aforesaid, married in Dover, May 1, 1766. 

Moses Sawyer, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, 
in New England, the son of Stephen Sawyer, deceased, 
and Sarah his wife, of Newbury, in the province of Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, in New England, and Rebecca Swain, 
of Dover, daughter of Richard Swain and Margaret his 
wife, of Barrington, in the province of New Hampshire, 
married in Dover, August 28, 1766. 

Benjamin Winslow Jr., of Falmouth, in the county of 
Cumberland, in the province of Massachusetts Bay, in 
New England, son of Benjamin Winslow and Hope his 
wife, and Huldah Varney, daughter of Thomas Varney 
and Dorothy his wife, deceased, of Dover, in the province 
of New Hampshire, married in Dover, September 24, 
1766. 

Zacheus Hanson, son of Solomon Hanson and Anna his wife, 
of Dover, hi the provmce of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Sarah Sawyer, daughter of Jacob Sawyer 
and Susanna his former wife, deceased, of the aforesaid 
town and province, married in Dover, October 22, 1766. 

-Joseph Meader, son of Daniel Meacler, deceased, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, of Durham, in the provmce of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, and Abigail Fry, daughter of 
Willliam Fry and Abigail his deceased wife, of Kittery, in 
the county of York, in the province of Massachusetts Bay, 
married in Kittery, June 24, 1767. 

Elisha Purmton, of Dover, in the provmce of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, the son of Daniel Purinton, deceased 
and Ruth his wife, of Danvers, in the county of Essex, in 
the provmce of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, 
and Sarah Estes, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, daughter of Henry Estes and Mary 
his former wife, deceased, of Berwick, in the county of 
York, married in Dover, September 22, 1767. 

William Hussey Jr., of Dover, hi New Hampshire, in New 
England, son of William Hussey and Hannah his wife, 
and Phebe Hanson, daughter of John Hanson and Phebe 



66 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

his former wife, deceased, of the town and province afore- 
said, married in Dover, January 6, 1768. 

John Cole, of Berwick, son of John Cole, of Kittery, deceased, 
and Elizabeth his wife, in the county of York, in the prov- 
ince of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Elizabeth 
Buffum, daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth Buffum, of 
Berwick, in said county, married in Berwick, January 25, 
1768. 

Abraham Morrill, son of Jedediah Morrill, of Berwick, and 
Anna his wife, deceased, in y e county of York, and prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, and Hannah Nichols, 
daughter of David Nichols, of Salem, in y e county of Suf- 
folk*, deceased, and Hannah his wife, in said county, mar- 
ried in Berwick, January 25, 1768. 

Mussey Gould, son of Samuel Gould and Lydia his former 
wife, deceased, of Berwick, in the county of York, in the 
province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Elizabeth Tibbetts, daughter of Timothy Robinson and 
Mary his wife, of Dover, in New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, January 27, 1768. 

James Winslow Jr., son of Nathan Winslow and Charity his 
wife, of Falmouth, in the county of Cumberland, in the 
province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Sarah Robinson, daughter of Timothy Robinson and Mary 
his wife, of Dover, hi the province of New Hampshire, mar- 
ried in Dover, November 5, 1768. 

Joshua Varney, son of Stephen Varney and Mercy his wife, 
of Dover, in New Hampshire, hi New England, and Anne 
Roberts, daughter of Moses Roberts and Elizabeth his wife, 
of the town and province aforesaid, married in Dover, 
November 30, 1768. 

Joseph Varney Jr., son of Stephen Varney and Mercy his 
wife, of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Bethsheba Tuttle, daughter of Thomas Tuttle and Mary 
his wife, of the town and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, November 30, 1768. 

Moses Canney, son of Ichabod Canney and Susanna his wife, 
of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Hannah Sawyer, of Kittery, in the county of 
York, hi the province of Massachusetts Bay, in New 
England, daughter of Moses Sawyer and Huldah his former 
wife, deceased, married in Kittery, November 30, 1768. 

*Error in original, should be Essex. — En. 



MAEKIAGES. 67 

Ebenezer Tuttle, son of Thomas Tuttle and Mary his wife, 
of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, and Deb- 
orah Leighton, daughter of John Leighton and Abigail his 
wife, both deceased, of the town and province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, November 30, 1768. 

Solomon Evans, son of Joseph Evans and Elizabeth his wife, 
of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, and Cath- 
arine Hanson, daughter of John Hanson and Phebe his 
former wife, deceased, of the town and province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, December 7, 1768. 

Batchelor Hussey, of Berwick, in the province of Massachu- 
setts Bay, in New England, son of Stephen Hussey and 
Eunice his wife, deceased, and Sarah Hanson, daughter of 
Isaac Hanson, deceased, and Sarah his wife, married in 
Berwick, December 12, 1768. 

Lemuel Chesley, of Durham, hi the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, the son of Lemuel Chesley, deceased, 
and Sarah his wife, and Hannah Randall, daughter of 
Simon Randall and Sarah his wife, of Lee, in the province 
of New Hampshire, married in Dover, March 29, 1769. 

Samuel Hussey, son of Joseph Hussey, deceased, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, of Somersworth, in New Hampshire, hi New 
England, and Mary Evans, daughter of Joseph Evans and 
Elizabeth his wife, of Madbury, hi New Hampshire, mar- 
ried in Dover, May 3, 1769. 

Roland Fry, son of Benjamin Fry, of Kittery, in the county 
of York, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New 
England, deceased, and Sarah his wife, and Judith Nocks, 
daughter of Zachariah Nocks of Berwick, in said county, 
and Mary his wife, married in Kittery, September 27, 1769. 

Thomas Varney Jr., son of Thomas Vamey and Dorothy his 
wife, both deceased, of Dover, hi New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Huldah Hanson, daughter of Silas Hanson 
and Abigail his wife, of the town and province aforesaid, 
married hi Dover, October 11, 1769. 

Enoch Peaslee, son of Joseph Peaslee, of Newton, in the 
province of New Hampshire, in New England, and Martha 
hig wife, and Anna Jepson, daughter of William Jepson, of 
Wells, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New 
England, and Mary his wife, married hi Berwick, October 
26, 1769. 

Winthrop Morrill, son of Jedediah Morrill, of Berwick, and 
Anne his wife, deceased, in the county of York, and prov- 



68 KECOEDS OF DOVEI! MONTHLY MEETING. 

ince of the Massachusetts Bay, and Susanna Lewis, (laugh- 
ter of John Lewis, of Berwick, deceased, and Sarah his 
wife, married in Berwick, November 7, 1769. 

Caleb BufTum, son of Joshua BufTum, of Berwick, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, in the county of York, and province of Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, and Dorcas Hubbard, daughter of Heard 
Hubbard of Wells, and Hannah his wife, in said county, 
married in Berwick, November 23, 1769. 

Nathan Hoag, of Newton, in New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, son of Jonathan Hoag and Martha Ins wife, both 
deceased, and Mary Weymouth, of Dover, in New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, daughter of Joshua Weymouth and 
Sarah his wife, both deceased, married in Dover, Decem- 
ber 24, 1769. 

Moses Hanson, son of Tobias Hanson and Judith his wife, 
both deceased, of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Mary Hanson, daughter of Maul Hanson and 
Mary his former wife, deceased, of the town and province 
aforesaid, married in Dover, January 10, 1770. 

Jonathan Clark, of Barrington, son of James Clark of Dover, 
deceased, and Sarah his wife, in New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Mary Tibbetts, of Dover, daughter of Abra- 
ham Friend and Abigail Ins wife, deceased, of Somers- 
worth, in the province aforesaid, married in Dover, Sep- 
tember 5, 1770. 

Stephen Purinton, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
province of Massac] msetts Bay, in New England, son of 
John Purinton and Abigail his wife, both deceased, and 
Hannah Guptill, daughter of Thomas Guptill and Mary his 
wife, deceased, married in Berwick, October 4, 1770. 

Tobias Varney, son of Stephen Varney and Mary his wife, of 
Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, and Eunice 
Cartland, daughter of Joseph Cartland and Lydia his former 
wife, deceased, of Lee, in New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, November 7, 1770. 

Nathaniel Meader, son of Daniel Meader, deceased, and 
Elisabeth his wife, of Durham, in New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Mary Hanson, daughter of Solomon Hanson 
and Anne his wife, of Dover, in New Hampshire, married 
in Dover, November 6, 1771. 

Edward Gove, son of John Gove and Ruth his wife, of Sea- 
brook, deceased, in the province of New Hampshire, in 
New England, and Jerusha Hill, of Kittery, in the county of 



MAKBIAGES. 69 

York, in the province of Massachusetts Bay, in New Eng- 
land, daughter of Samuel Hill and Hannah his wife, in the 
county aforesaid, married in Kittery, December 25, 1771. 

John Hodgdon, son of Israel Hodgdon and Mary his wife, of 
Kensington, in the county of Rockingham, in the province 
of New Hampshire, in New England, and Susanna. Hussey, 
(laughter of Joseph Hussey, deceased, and Elizabeth his 
wife, of Somersworth, in the county of Strafford, in the 
province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, January 
22, 1772. 

William Jenkins Jr., son of William Jenkins and Phebe his 
wife, deceased, in the parish of Lee, and county of Rock- 
ingham*, in the province of New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Ruth Fry, daughter of Benjamin Fry, deceased. 
and Sarah his wife, of the town of Kittery, and county of 
York, and province of Massachusetts, married in Kittery, 
April 8, 1772. 

( 'aleb Buffum, son of Joshua Buffum, of Berwick, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, in the county of York, and province of 
Massachusetts Bay, hi New England, and Hannah Varney, 
daughter of Joseph Varney, of Somersworth, and Temper- 
ance his wife, in the province of New Hampshire, married 
in Dover, September 28, 1772. 

Aaron Hanson, son of Tobias Hanson and Judith his wife, 
both deceased, of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, and Abigail Caldwell, daughter of William Caldwell 
and Elizabeth his wife, of Lee, in New Hampshire, married 
in Dover, September 23, 1772. 

Thomas Varney, of Rochester, son of Ebenezer Varney and 
Elizabeth his former wife, deceased, of Dover, in New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Mary Canney, daughter 
of Thomas Canney and Elizabeth his wife, of Dover, in 
New Hampshire, married in Dover, October 21, 1772. 

Amos Varney. son of Samuel Varney and Mary his wife, both 
deceased, of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, 
and Mary Dame, daughter of Jonathan Dame and Mercy 
his wife, of Rochester, in New Hampshire, married in Dover. 
October 21, 1772. 

James Neal, of Berwick, son of John, deceased, and Patience 
his wife, of Kittery, in the county of York, in the province 
of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Lydia Rob- 
erts, daughter of Stephen Roberts, deceased, and Kezia his 

*Error in original, should be county of Srraft"ord. — Ed. 



70 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

wife, of Dover, in New Hampshire, married in Dover. 
October 31, 1772. 
Oliver Winslow, son of Benjamin Winslow and Hope his 
wife, of Falmouth, in the county of Cumberland, in the 
province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Sarah Hanson, daughter of Solomon Hanson and Anne 
his wife, of Dover, hi New Hampshire, married in Dovei\ 
October 31, 1772. 
Robert Estes, son of Elijah Estes and Sarah his wife, of 
Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, and Sarah 
Hanson, daughter of Thomas Hanson Jun r ., and Hannah 
his wife, in the town and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, December 23, 1772. 

Isaac Hill, son of Samuel Hill and Hannah his wife, of Kit- 
tery, in the county of York, in the province of Massachu- 
setts Bay, in New England, and Elizabeth Estes, daugh- 
ter of Elijah Estes and Sarah his wife, of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford, in the province of New Hampshire, 
married in Dover, March 24, 1773. 

Silas Fry, son of Benjamin Fry, deceased, and Sarah his wife, 
of the town of Kittery, in the county of York, and in the 
province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Mary Folsom, daughter of Joshua Folsom and Abigail his 
wife, of the parish of Epping, and in the county of Rock- 
ingham, in the province of New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, April 19, 1773. 

John Estes, son of Henry Estes and Mary his wife, deceased, 
of Berwick, in the county of York, and province of Massa- 
chusetts Bay, in New England, and Patience Hanson, 
daughter of John Hanson and Phebe his former wife, de- 
ceased, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and province 
of New Hampshire, married in Dover, June 2, 1773. 

John Swain, son of Richard Swam and Sarah his wife, of 
Barrington, in the county of Strafford, and province of 
New Hampshire, in New England, and Abigail Drew, 
daughter of Ebenezer Drew and Sarah his wife, of Mad- 
bury, in the county and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, October 6, 1773. 

Jedediah Hall, son of Hatevil Hall and Sarah his wife, of the 
town of Falmouth, county of Cumberland, and province of 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Hannah Hussey, 
daughter of Joseph Hussey and Elizabeth his wife, both 
deceased, of Somersworth, in the county of Strafford, in 



MARRIAGES. 71 

the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, Octo- 
ber 27, 1773. 

Daniel Gove, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, in 
province of New Hampshire, in New England, son of 
Daniel Gove, deceased, and Rebecca his wife, formerly of 
Hampton, in the province aforesaid, and Miriam Cartland. 
daughter of Joseph Cartland and Lydia his former wife, 
deceased, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, in the prov- 
ince of New Hampshire, married in Dover, November 22, 
1773. 

Joseph Roberts, son of Stephen Roberts, deceased, and Kezia 
his wife, of Dover, and county of Strafford, in New Hamp- 
shire, hi New England, and Elizabeth Hanson, daughter of 
Thomas Hanson and Hannah his wife, of the town and 
province aforesaid, married in Dover, November 24, 1773. 

Job Winslow, son of Nathan Winslow, deceased, and Charity 
his wife, of Falmouth, in the county of Cumberland, in 
the province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Mary Robinson, daughter of Timothy Robinson and Mary 
his wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in the 
province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, December 
20, 1773. 

John Buffum, of Berwick, son of Joshua Buffum and Eliza- 
beth his wife, in the county of York, in the province of 
the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Hannah 
Rogers, daughter of Isaac Rogers and Lydia his wife, of 
Berwick, in said county, married in Berwick, December 
30, 1773. 

Thomas Varney, of Rochester, son of Ebenezer Varney and 
Elizabeth his former wife, deceased, of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford, in New Hampshire, in New England, 
and Deborah Canney, daughter of Ichabod Canney and 
Susanna his wife, of the parish of Madbury, in the county 
and province aforesaid, married in Dover, January 26, 
1774. 

Isaiah Swain, son of Richard Swain and Sarah his wife, of 
Barrington, in the county of Strafford, and province of 
New Hampshire, in New England, and Dorothy Drew, 
daughter of Daniel Drew and Love his former wife, 
deceased, in town and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, February 21, 1774. 

Paul Rogers, son of Isaac Rogers, of Berwick, in the county 
of York, and province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New 



72 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING- 

England, and Lydia his wife, and Deb >rah Hussey, of Kit- 
teiy, daughter of Stephen Hussey, of Berwick, and said 
county, deceased, and Eunice his deceased wife, married in 
Kitteiy, August 30, 1774. 

Elihu Coffin, of Berwick, in the county of York, in the prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son of 
Benjamin Coffin and Jedidah his deceased wife, of Slier- 
bourn, in the county of Nantucket, in the province afore- 
said, and Ruth Purinton, of Kitteiy, in the county afore- 
said, daughter of Daniel Purinton, deceased, and Ruth 
his wife, of Danvers, in the county of Essex, in the 
province aforesaid, married in Kittery, September 1. 
1774. 

Stephen Hussey, son of William Hussey and Hannah his 
wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, and Priscilla Hanson, daughter of 
Stephen Hanson and Mary his wife, in the town and prov- 
ince aforesaid, married in Dover, October 5, 1774. 

Ebenezer Winslow, son of Nathan Winslow, deceased, of 
Falmouth, in the county of Cumberland, in the province of 
the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Charity his 
wife, and Susanna Kennard, daughter of Samuel Kennard, 
of Kitteiy, in the county of York, in the province afore- 
said, and Elizabeth his wife, married in Kitteiy, November 
21, 1774. 

Caesar Sankey and Sarah Sharp, of Dover, in the county of 
Strafford, and province of New Hampshire, married in 
Dover, November 23, 1774. 

Samuel Brown, son of John Brown and Patience his wife, of 
Barrington, in the county of Strafford, in the province of 
New Hampshire, in New England, and Mary Sawyer, of 
Madbury, in the county and province aforesaid, daughter of 
Moses Sawyer and Huldah his former wife, deceased, of 
Dover, in the county and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, December 28,1774. 

John Roberts, son of Stephen Roberts, deceased, and Kezia 
his wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Lois Hanson, daughter of 
Thomas Hanson and Hannah his wife, of the town and 
province aforesaid, married in Dover, September 27. 
1775. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL 

SOCIETY. 



BY-LAWS. 

Article I. 

Objects of the Society. 

Section 1. The objects of the New Hampshire Genealog- 
ical Society shall be to collect, preserve, and publish genea- 
logical records of the people of New Hampshire, including 
their domestic, civil, literary, religious and political life, and 
for the establishment of a library and museum of genealogy. 

Article II. 

Membership. 

Section 1. All members, other than the incorporators, 
shall be elected to membership in this society at the regular 
monthly meetings of the Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 2. No application for membership shall be consid- 
ered by the Board of Trustees unless it bears the recommen- 
dation of the Financial Agent, or some member of the Board 
of Trustees, is signed by the applicant, and duly made on a 
blank printed for that purpose. 

Sec. 3. The members of this society shall consist of 
annual members, life members, and corresponding members. 
Annual members shall be those persons who pay to the soci- 
ety annual assessments ; life members shall be those who pay, 
at the time of then election, a life membership fee ; corres- 
ponding members shall be those residing outside of New 
Hampshire who, from time to time, when called upon, shall 
render some genealogical service to the society in lieu of the 
annual 'assessment. 

Sec. 4. Each person at the time of his or her election as 
an annual member, shall pay an admission fee of two dollars 
to the Financial Agent, for the use of the society; to such 
member this fee shall be in lieu of the annual assessment for 
that year. Each annual member shall pay an annual assess- 
ment of two dollars to the Financial Agent, for the use of the 
society. The annual assessment for the first year shall be 
due from the incorporators upon the adoption of these By- 



74 THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Laws ; the annual assessment for the second year shall be 
due from each annual member at the first annual meeting ; 
and. so with each succeeding year; and no annual member, 
unless he shall have paid his annual assessment for the pre- 
ceding year, shall be entitled to vote at the annual meeting, 
or be eligible to office. Any member neglecting to pay his 
annual assessment for the term of one year and one month 
after the same shall have become due, shall cease to be a 
member of the society, and his name shall be dropped from 
the list of membership. 

Sec. 5. Each person at the time of his or her election as a 
life member, shall pay a fee of twenty-five dollars to the 
Financial Agent for the use of the society. 

Sec. 6. All members shall have equal rights in the soci- 
ety. 

Article III. 

Meetings. 

Section 1. The first annual meeting of the society shall 
be held at Dover on the third Wednesday of April, 1904, at 
thirty minutes past two o'olock in the afternoon, and there- 
after at Dover on the third Wednesday of April in each year, 
at the same hour, at such place as the Board of Trustees 
may select. 

Sec. 2. Special meetings may be held at such times and 
places as the society may from time to time direct. 

Sec. 3. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of 
Trustees shall be held on the third Wednesday of each 
month, at such time and place as the Secretary may designate 
in the notice calling such meeting. 

Sec. 4. Special meetings of the Board of Trustees may be 
held at such times and places as the Secretary may designate. 

Article IV. 
Board of Trusters. 

Section 1. The immediate government of the society shall 
be vested in a Board of Trustees consisting of seven mem- 
bers, who shall be elected by ballot by the society for the 
term of one year ; they shall serve until their successors are 
elected and qualified. The first election of Trustees shall 
take place immediately after the adoption of these By-Laws, 
and thereafter the Trustees shall be elected at each annual 
meeting of the society. Said Trustees shall organize imme- 



HY-LAWS. 75 

diately after their election. The Board of Trustees shall 
have charge of the general affairs of the society ; may make 
contracts, appropriate moneys, elect officers (who shall all be 
members of the Board of Trustees), fix the compensation of 
all officers and agents of the society, and in all other ways 
have the general management of the affairs of the society. 

Article V. 

Officers. 

Section 1. The officers of the society shall be a President, 
three Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, Financial Agent, 
Librarian, two Editors, and Necrologist, all of whom shall be 
elected by ballot, by the Board of Trustees. They shall sev- 
erally hold office for the term of one year, and until their 
successors are chosen. 

Sec. 2. The first election of officers shall take place at 
the first meeting of the Board of Trustees, and thereafter the 
officers shall be elected at the first meeting- of the Board of 
Trustees after each annual meeting of the society. 

Sec. 8. Any vacancy in office shall be filled at the next 
regular meeting of the Board of Trustees after such vacancy 



occurs 



Article VI. 

President and Vice-Presidents. 

Section 1. The President shall preside at all meetings of 
the society, and of the Board of Trustees. In his absence, 
one of the Vice-Presidents shall preside ; if all are absent, a 
temporary chairman shall be chosen. 

Article VII. 

Secretary. 

Section 1. The Secretary shall be sworn to the faithful 
discharge of his duties. He shall keep a true record of the 
doings of the society and of the Board of Trustees, in books 
provided for that purpose ; shall attend all meetings, keep 
the securities given by the Treasurer, Financial Agent, and 
Librarian, and preserve the same on file, under the direction 
of the Board of Trustees. He shall, at the next regular 
meeting after their receipt, lead all communications to the 
Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 2. He shall record the names of all members, and 
the time of their admission, and transmit to each person elect- 



76 THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

ed to membership, as soon as may be, a printed copy of the 
Act of incorporation, and By-Laws. 

Sec. 3. He shall notify every officer whom the Board of 
Trustees shall elect, unless such officer be present at the 
time of his election. 

Article VIII. 

Treasurer. 

Section 1. The Treasurer shall give such security to the 

society for the faithful performance of his trust, as the Board 
of Trustees shall require. 

Sec. 2. He shall receive from the Financial Agent all 
moneys and evidences of property belonging to the society, 
pay all orders of the Financial Agent drawn on him as Treas- 
urer of the society, keep a record of his receipts and expendi- 
tures and make a detailed report of the same at each annual 
meeting, or oftener if required. 

Sec. 3. He shall, under the direction of the Board of 
Trustees, when the state of the treasury will permit, loan the 
money belonging to the society on interest, taking sufficient 
security therefor. 

Article IX. 

Financial Agent. 

Section 1. The Financial Agent shall recommend plans 
for promoting the objects of the society, digest and prepare 
business, secure lectures and the reading of historical and 
genealogical papers on special topics connected with the gene- 
alogy of the people of New Hampshire ; secure manuscript 
records, genealogies, biographies, and other books and pam- 
phlets for the library. 

Sec. 2. He shall make necessary provision for furnishing 
stationery and such small articles as may be required ; draw 
upon the Treasurer for the payment thereof, and for all such 
.sums as the Board of Trustees may from time to time vote 
and appropriate for specific purposes. 

Sec. 3. He shall solicit applications for membership and 
recommend such persons for membership as he may deem 
eligible. 

Sec. 4. He shall collect of each member, annually, the 
sum of two dollars, either as an admission fee or as an annua] 
assessment ; he shall give seasonable notice to each member 
of each and every assessment, and request its payment ; shall 



BY-LAWS. i i 

also give notice to such other persons as may be indebted to 
the society, whenever he may consider such action necessary, 
or the Board of Trustees may direct. 

Sec. 5. He shall receive all moneys and evidences of prop- 
erty belonging to the society, and immediately pay or turn 
the same over to the Treasurer; keep a record of his receipts 
and expenditures, and make a detailed report of the same at 
each annual meeting, or oftener if required. 

Sec. 6. He shall solicit and receive donations for the soci- 
ety ; solicit subscriptions for the different publications, and 
secure advertisements for The New Hampshire Genealogical 
Record. He shall attend to the general financial business of 
the society. 

Sec. 7. The Financial Agent shall give such security to 
the society for the faithful performance of his trust as the 
Board of Trustees shall require. 

Article X. 

Librarian. 

Section 1. The Librarian shall give such security to the 
society for the faithful performance of his trust, as the Board 
of Trustees shall require. 

Sec. 2. He shall receive and hold in his custody all books. 
pamphlets, newspapers, manuscripts, etc., also all productions 
of nature and of art, the property of the society, which apper- 
tain to the library and museum. These he shall arrange in 
classes, and register in a book with a proper description of 
each article. 

Sec. 3. He shall record, in a book to be provided for that 
purpose, every donation accepted by him for the society, indi- 
cating the article given, the time when received, and the 
name of the donor. 

Sec. 4. He shall commmnicate the thanks of the society 
to each donor for such books, pamphlets, manuscripts and 
other articles as may be presented, and by him accepted for 
the society. 

Sec. o. He shall, under the direction of the Board of 
Trustees, bind the pamphlets hi volumes and mark and num- 
ber the manuscripts. 

Sec. 6. He shall paste a printed ticket on the inside of 
the cover of each book, signifying that it is the property of the 
society, with the name of the donor if it be a present. 

Sec. 7. He shall, at every annual meeting, present a re- 



(S THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

port of the number of books, pamphlets, manuscripts, and 
maps in the library, and curiosities in the Museum, and shall 
specially designate the number of those accessions recieved 
since the last annual meeting. 

Article XI. 

Editors. 

Section 1. When enough funds have been subscribed, or 
secured by the Financial Agent, or appropriated by the Board 
of Trustees, to defray the expense, and sufficient material has 
been collected for the purpose, the Editors are authorized to 
issue such publications as they shall deem expedient, or as 
may be sanctioned by the Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 2. As soon as the Editors shall deem advisable and 
the Board of Trustees direct, a monthly or quarterly maga- 
zine shall be published, entitled, The New Hampshire Gene- 
alogical Record. 

Article XII. 

Necrologist. 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the Necrologist when- 
ever a person dies who is, or has been, a member of this soci- 
ety, to report the same at the next regular monthly meeting 
of the Board of Trustees thereafter, with an appropriate 
memorial record, which together with accompanying resolu- 
tions, shall be spread upon the records in memoriain. 

Article XIII. 
Quorum. 

Section 1. Five members shall constitute a quorum in 
the meetings of the society, and three shall constitute a 
quorum in meetings of the Board of Trustees. 

Article XIV. 

The Seal. 

Section 1. The Seal of the society shall be circular in 
form and bear the following inscription : The New Hampshire 
Genealogical Society, Inc. 1903. 

Article XV. 

Amendments. 
Section 1. Any article in these By-Laws may be suspend- 
ed, altered or amended, by a two-thirds vote of those members 



DONATIONS. i '.' 

present at any regular meeting of the society, provided such 
suspension, alteration or amendment, shall have been submit- 
ted hi writing at a regular meeting, and notice thereof shall 
have been forwarded to each member at least thirty days 
prior to the date of the meeting at which time action may he 
taken thereon. 



DONATIONS. 

In answer to the appeal in our last issue, lor donations of 
books or money, to be given to The New Hampshire Genea- 
logical Society, for its new library, I take pleasure in record- 
ing the receipt of the following books, pamphlets and record.-. 
for which addition to its collections, I am directed bo present 
the grateful acknowledgments of the Society. 

Donors. Residence. Books. Pamphlets, 

Ex-Gov. Charles H. Sawyer, Dover, 23 

Fred E. Quimby, Esq.. k - 2 

dames Y. Demeritt, •■ 1 

C. W. Tibbetts, « 11 130 

Hon. Joseph Foster, Portsmouth, 1 

David Y. Robinson, " 1 

< laleb S. Gurney, " 3 

City of Portsmouth, " 12 8 

Hon. William Nelson. Paterson, N..L, 1 



Total 54 139 

Henry Winthrop Hardon, Esq., New York, X. Y., 1 manuscript 

record. 
John Jacob Loud, Esq., Weymouth, Mass.. 2 original songs 



with music. 



('. \\\ Tibbetts, Librarian. 



EXPLANATION. 

Owing to circumstances over which we had no control, the 
October number goes to our patrons, some two and one-half 
months late. In the first place, the editor did not return 
from his genealogical and historical trip to Europe, until the 
twenty-second day of September, some thr se eks later than 
he intended; it was simply impossible to get passage back in 
time, as every berth and stateroom on the different steamships 
had been secured, in many cases months in advance. The 
copy was quickly sent to the printers and if it had not been 



SO QUERIES. 

for another delay, the October number would have been only 
about one week late. The printers kept the copy some two 
weeks and then reported, that, on account of press of work 
and the t}^pe moulders strike, they could not print the maga- 
zine under two months, as all of their type was in use and 
they could not get new. To save future delay we undertook 
to start a printing plant of our own, as the magazine has come 
to stay, new type was ordered same as that used in July 
number, but the type moulders strike held up the matter for 
two months. We have at last secured a part of the type, and 
by cutting out, to some future tune, the remainder of the 
gravestone inscriptions in Point of Graves cemetery and some 
other matter we had intended for this issue, we herewith 
present the October number, asking the kind indulgence of 
our patrons, for the delay. We hope to issue the January 
number with but little, if any, delay. 



QUERIES. 

3. Pitman. Richard Shortridge, of Portsmouth, married 
about 1756, Mary Pitman ; who were the parents of Mary 
Pitman? Her mother's first name was Susanna. 

Tredick. Who were the parents of Capt. William Tredick, 
of Portsmouth, who died Sept. 5, 1806, aged 66'? His wife's 

name was Martyn or Martin, would like also to know 

her first name and the name of her parents. 

Grafton. Information desired of the names of the parents 
of Anna Grafton, who married Moses Ham, of Dover, in 1756. 

Miss L. E. Shortridge, 
1714 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

4. Wanted, names of parents, wife, and children, with 
date and place of birth, of William H. Fernald, born about 
1825; died in Boston, Mass., 1875; served in company "G" 
"2nd New Hampshire Infantry during the Civil War, also in 
the Navy. 

Henry W. Fernald, 
54 Hartford St., Roxbury Postal District, Boston, Mass. 

5. Oilman. Benjamin Oilman, son of Capt. Jeremiah and 
Mary (Wiggin) Oilman of Exeter, resided in New Market, 
and perhaps in Brentwood and Wakefield. Any information re- 
garding him, his wife and children will be gratefully received. 

Samuel P. May, 
Newton, Mass. 



GEINTEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 
[Continued from page 48.] 

Jonathan jannes Son of frances jannes and Sarah his wife was 

Born January y e 25, 1743 
Isaac jannes Son of francis jannes and Sarah His wife was 

Born December y e 30, 1744 
James Seavey Son of James Seavey and Abigel his wife was 

Born march y e 1, 1743 
George Randel Son of Edward Randel and Hannah his wife 

was Born September y e 15, 1733 
Hepsibeth Rand Daughter of Joshua Rand and Ruth his 

wife was Born march y e 28 th 1746 
John foss son of Willes foss and Mary his wife was Born 

July y e 7 th 1746 
Mary jannes Daughter of frances jannes and Sarah his wife 

was Born february the 22, 1746 
Deborah Holms Daughter of Eperham Holms and Bety his 

wife was Born June 2, 1735. 
Eperham Holms Son of Eperham Holms and Bety his wife 

was Born December y e 22, 1739 
Elizabeth Holms Daughter of Eperham Holms and Bety his 

wife was Born October y e 1, 1741 
Anna Holms Daughter of Eperham Holms and Bety his 

wife was Born July y e 31, 1746 
Sarah Conner Daughter Joseph Conner and Mary his wife 

was Born April y e 28, 1744 
Hepsebeth marden Daughter of Jonathan Marden and Hepse- 
beth his wife was born nov ember y e 1, 1742 
Nathaniel marden Son of Jonathan Marden and Hepsebeth 

his wife was Born July y e 25, 1745 

(R. T. R,, 1 : 240.) 
Richard Lock Son of Joseph Lock and Hannah his wife was 

Born September y e 4 th 1744 
Abigel Lock Daughter of James Lock and Sarah his wife was 

born march y e 25, 1742 
Nathan Lane Son of John Lane and Mary his wife was Born 

June the 12, 1747 
John marden Son of John marden and Sarah his wife was 

Born november the 30, 1747 



82 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

James Maston Ranclel Son of William Randel and Hannah 

his wife was born march y e 7, 1746 
(jreorge fuller Son of Jerri fuller and mary his wife was 

Born may the 16 1746 
Rachard fuller Son of Jeremiah fuller and Mary his wife was 

born July the 21 1747 
William Randel Son of William Randel and hannah his wife 

was Born may y e 1748 
Abigail Marden Daughter of Eben & Ester Born August 12, 

1740 
George marden Son of Eben 1 Marden and Ester his wife 

was Born June y e 29 1741 
Elizbeth marden Daughter of Eben r Marden and Ester 

his wife was Born December y e 18, 1743 
Nathaniel marden Son of Eben r marden and Ester his 

wife was Born march the 22, 1745/6 
James Marden Son of Eben r marden and Ester his wife 

was born Aparil the 5, 1748 
Mary Marden Born Feb. 1 st 1749 

(R. T. R., I: 241.) 
Mary tucker Daughter of william and Mary his wife was 

Born October the 25, 1740 
Josiah webster Son of Josiah webster and martha his Born 

July y e 9 1748 
Nathaniel Rand Son of Amos Rand and Ester his wife was 

Born may y e 21, 1740 
Sarah jennes Daughter of frances Jennes and Sarah his wife 

was Born aparil y e 7, 1749 
Samuel Holms Son of Eperham Holms and Bety his wife born 

September y e 1 st 174.. 
Micah Rand Son of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife was 

Born november the 28, 1748 

(R. T. R., 1 : 242. j> 
Catherine Jones Daughter of John Jones and anne his wife 

was born aparel y e 15 th 1740 
Anne Jones Daughter of John Jones and anne his wife was 

born november y e 9 th 1741 
Susannah Jones Daughter of John Jones and anne his wife 

was born October y e 17 th 1745 
John Jones Son of John Jones and anne his wife was born 

march y e 17 th 1748 
Lydia Chamberlain Daughter of William Chamberlain and 
mary his wife was born aparel y e 3, 1737 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 83 

Samuel Chamberlain Son of Wm Chamberlain and mary his 

wife was born august y e 18 th 1740 
William Chamberlain Son of Wm Chamberlain and mary his 

wife was born may y e 17 th 1743 
Mary Chamberlain Daughter of Wm Chamberlain and mary 

his wife was born July y ft 20, 1746 
John Chamberlain Son of Wm Chamberlain and mary his 

wife was born July y e 14 1749 
Mary Marden Daughter of Eben r Marden and Ester his wife 

was born febuery y e first 1749/50 
James Marden Son of Eben r marden and Ester his wife De- 
ceased febuery y e 14 th 1749/50 
Mary Randel Daughter of William Randel and Hannah his 

wife was born September y e 20, 1750 

(R, T. R., 1 : 243.) 
JohnDolbeer and Eliazebth Clifford Joyned in mariage Cov- 

enete March y e 3, 1742 
Josiah webster and martha Goss Joyned in marige Covenete 

September y e 21, 1738 
James Knowles and mary Lebbee Joyned in marriage Cove- 
nete October y e 11, 1744 
Jonathan Dolbeer and Hannah marden Joyned in marriage 

Coverent December y e 25, 1744 
James Jeaneg and Hannah Pachren Joyned in mariage June 

1718 
John Marden and Sarah Lock Joyned in mariage Covente 

march the 28, 1746 
Abigel Berry wife of Samuell Berry Decesed June y e 19 th 

1750 in the Seventy fifth year of her Age 
Anne more Daughter of Wm more and anne his wife was 

born may y e 22 1750 
John Randell Son of John Randell and Hannah his wife was 

born aperel the 14, 1746 
Samuell marden Son of Jonathen marden and Hepsebeth his 

wife born September y e 11, 1750/1 
John Webster Son Josiah Webster and martha his wife was 

born Jenuery y e 18, 1751 
Mary Lock Daughter of William Lock and Elesbeth his wife 

was born aparel the 6 day 1751 
Elesbeth Rand Daughter of Joshua Rand and Ruth his wife 

was born febuary the 16 th 1754 

(R. T. R., I: 244.) 



84 GENEALOGICAX, RECORDS OE RYE. 

Abner Lock Son of Jonathan Lock and Sarah his wife was 

born July y e 31, 1742 
Sarah Lock Daughter of Jonathan Lock and Sarah his wife 

Deceased September y e 26, 1742 
Sarah Lock Daughter of Jonathan Lock and Sarah his wife 

was born augest y e 28, 1744 
Hannah Lock Daughter of Jonath Lock and Sarah his wife 

was born Decern y e 14, 1746 
John Lock Son of Jonathan Lock and Sarah his wife was 

born December the 9, 1748 
Nathan Towle Son of Jonathan Towle and Anne his wife was 

Born May the 29, 1745 
Isaiah Wills Son of Samuel Wills and Priseilla his wife was 

born aparel the 29, 1743 
John Wills* Son of Samuel Wills and Priseilla his wife was 

born august y e 12, 1750 
A nne Wills Daughter of Samll Wills and Priseilla his wife 

was born October y e 10, 1747 
Elizbeth Rand Daughter of Josliua Rand and Ruth his wife 

was born febuary the 16 day 1751 
December y e 13 th 1752 Ruth Rand the wife of Joshua Rand 

Decsd 
December y e 15 th 1752 Ruth Rand the wife of Joshua Rand 

buried 
Stephen Randel Son of William Randel and Hannah his wife 

was born July the 2 Day 1753 

(R. T. R., 1 : 245.) 
Peter Clefford Son of Peter Clefford and Hannah his wife 

was Born September y e 12, 1753 
Mary Bond Daughter of John Bond and Easter his wife was 

Born July the 26, 1753 
Elesabeth Shanen Daughter of I Thomas Shanen and Anne 

his wife was Born September the 18, 1753 
Samuel Rand Son of Samuel Rand and abigel his wife was 

born august the 6, 1724 
Thomas Rand Son of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife was 

born March the 27, 1749 
Sarah Rand Daughter of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife 

was Born November the 16, 1751 
Samuel Rand Son of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife was 

Born December the 10, 1753 

*The name John Wills has several lines drawn across it hut the rest 
of the sentence is not crossed; perhaps there was a mistake in the 
name John. — Ed. 



BIKTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 85 

Richard Webster Son of Josiah Webster and Martha his wife 

was Born January the first 1754 
Sarah foss Daughter of Job foss and Sarah his wife was Born 

august y e 1 day 1754 
Dorothy foss Daughter of Job foss and Sarah his wife was 

Bom august the 14 Day 1758 
Jacob Sceggell Son of Christopher Sceggell and Deborah his 

wife was born October y e 25, 173(3 
Mary Brown Daughter of Samuel Brown and Suanna his 

wife was born aparel } Te 21, 1746 
Jonathan Brown Son of Samuel Brown and Suanna bis wife 

was born September y e 15 th 1747 

(R. T. R., 1 : 246.) 
November y e 27, 1746 Joseph Brown and Abagil Goss Joyned 

In marge Covent 
Richard Brown Son of Joseph Brown and Abagiel his wife 

was born Aparel 16, 1748 
Elezabeth Brown Daughter of Joseph Brown and Abigiel his 

wife was Born May [ — ] 1750 
Abigeil Brown Daughter of Joseph Brown and Abigeil his 

wife was Born aperel y e 19, 1752 
Joseph Brown Son of Joseph Brown and Abigeil his wife was 

Born Aparil y e 5, 1754 
Martha Webster Daughter of Josiah Webster and Martha his 

wife was Born febuary y e 11 th 1755 
Joseph Randell Son of William Randel and Hannah his wife 

was born aparel y e 17 th 1756 
Luce Moulton Daughter of Jonathan Moulton and Elizabeth 

his wife was Born March y e 20 th 1735 
March y e 17th 1757 Luce ('base the wife of Moses Chase 

Decesed 
Moley Dowe Daughter of John Dowe and Suanah his wife 

was born Nevember y e 27 Ul 1756 
November the 27, 1756 John Dowe Decesed 

Solomon Dowst Marden Son of Benjamin Marden and Rachel 

his wife was Born September y e 25, 1757 
Josiah Webster Son of Josiah Webster and Martha his wife 

was born May y e 11th 1751 
Sarah Mowe Daughter of Epehrem Mowe and Dorekes his 

wife was born December y e 6 th 1755 
Mary Mowe Daughter of Epehrem Mowe and Dorekes his 

wife was born December y e 16 th 1757 



86 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Sarah Lock Daughter of francesLock and Sarah his wife was 
born October y e 13th 1751 

(R. T. R.„ I: 247.) 

Elizbeath Lock Daughter francis Lock and Sarah his wife 

was born may the 2 th 1755 
Frances Lock Son of frances Lock and Sarah his wife was 

born October the 12, 1757 
Sarah Jennes Daughter of Benjamen Jennes and hannah his 

wife was born Jenery y e 1, 1755 
Job Jennes Son of Benjman Jennes and hannah his wife was 

born march y e 17, 1757 
Jonathan Moulton Son of Ruben Moulton aud hannah his 

wife was born October y e 27, 1749 
Elizabeth Moulton Daughter of Ruben Moulton and hannah 

his wife was born febuary y e 8 th 1751 

Luce Moulton Daughter of Ruben Moulton and Hannah his 

wife was Born Augest ye 4 th 1757 
William Shanin Son of thomas Shanin and anna his wife was 

Born august y e 26 th 1745 
John Shanin Son of thomas Shanin and anne his wife was 

Born august y e 16 th 1757 
Ruben Lock Son of David Lock and aner his wife was Born 

aparel y e 26, 1758 
Samuel Morey Son of Samuel Morey and Elizabeth his wife 

was born January the 19 th 1757 
Suanah Morey Daughter Samuel Morey and Elizabeth his 

wife was born aparel the 6, 1759 
Elijah Kingmen Son of William Kingmen and Mary his wife 

was born augest y e 5, 1742 
Ruth Kingmen Daughter of William Kingmen and Mary his 

wife was born October y e 11 th 1745 
Elijah Seavey son of henery Seavey and Mary his wife was 

born augest y e 5, 1735 
Ruth Seavey Daughter of henery Seavey and Mary his wife 

was born October y e 11 th 1739 
Cataran Seavey Daughter of henery Seavey and Mary his 

wife was born October y e 21 1741 
Simon Lock Son of David Lock and aner his wife was born 

March y e 31 st 1760 

(R. T. R., 1; 248.) 

Simon knowles Son of Joseph knowles and Love his wife 
was born May the 16 th 1748 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. X7 

Samuel knowles son of Joseph knowles and Love his wife 

was born October y e 27, 1749 
Deliverance knowles Daughter of Joseph knowles and Love 

his wife was born October the 26, 1751 
Love knowles Daughter of Joseph knowles and Sarah his 

wife was born August the 26 th 1754 
Rachel knowles Daughter of Joseph knowles and Sarah his 

wife was born January the 8 th 1756 
Joseph knowles Son of Joseph knowles and Sarah his wife 

was born June the 15 th 1758 
-John knowles Son of Joseph knowles and Sarah his wife was 

born aprel the 8 th 1760 
Abigail marden Daughter of James maiden and Judeth his 

wife was born the Leventh Day of September 1738 

Judith marden Daughter of James marden and Judith his 

wife was born June y e 10 Ul 1741 
William Marden Son of James marden and Judith his wife 

was born may y e 13 th 1744 
Oli marden Daughter of James marden and Judith his wife 

was born January y e 6 th 1747 
Samuel Rand Son of Epehrem Rand and Mary his wife was 

born November y e 18, 1751 
Isurel Rand Son of Epehrem and Mary his wife was born 

July y e 12 th 1757 
Elesbeth marden Daughter of Benjamin marden and Rachel 

his wife was born febuary y e 9 th 1762 
Samuel Randel Son of William Randel and hannah his wife 

was born may y e 2 th 1762 
Hannah moew Daughter of Eparham moew and Dorckes his 

wile was born y e 10 th * 1760 
Jemima Lock Daughter of William Lock and Hannah his 

wife was born January y e 20 th 1720 
Anne Moulton Daughter of Nehemiah Moulton and Sarah his 

wife was born June y e 14 th 1762 
Charity Marden Daughter of Benjamin Marden and Uachel 

his wife was born March the 9 th 1760 

(R. T. R., 1 : 249.) 

Ruth Dolber Daughter of Jonathan Dolber and hannah his 

wife was born December y e 2, 1745 
Nicholas Dolber Son of Jonathan Dolber and hannah his wife 

was born May y e 8 th 1748 

*Month left out in original. — Ei>. 



88 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE, 

Jonathan Dolber Son of Jonathan Dolber and hannah his 

wife was born august y e 7 th 1750 
Stephen Dolber Son of Jonathan Dolber and hannah his wife 

was born July the 12 th 1753 
Abagel Dolber Daughter of Jonathan Dolber and hannah his 

wife was born December the 24, 1756 
Hannah Dolber Daughter of Jonathan Dolber and hannah 

his wife was born July y e 22 th 1761 
Jonathan Dolber Decesed March the 18 th 1761 

Mercy Philbrick Daughter of Daniel Philbrick andabigel his 

wife was born January y e 8 th 1763 
Abigel Sanders Daughter of John Sanders and trofaney his 

wife was born October the 7 th 1760 
Sarah Sanders Daughter of John Sanders and trofaney his 

wife was born July the 28 th 1763 
Elesebeth Rand Daughter of Samuel Rand and Sarah his 

his wife was born January 8, 1757 
Abigel Rand Daughter of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife 

was born October y e 6, 1759 
Thomas Rand Son of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife was 

born June y e 6, 1760 
Dowst Rand Son of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife was 

born June 24, 1764 
Rachel Rand Daughter of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife 

was born aparel y e 20, 1762 
Stephen Marden Son of Benjamin Marden and Rachel his 

wife was born November y e 3 Day 1766 

John Langmade Son of William Langmade and Deborah his 

wife was born aparel y e 23 d 17 . . 
Alexander Salter son of Alexander Salter and Elesabeth his 

wife was born October 3, 1744 
John Salter Son of Alexander Salter and Elesabeth his wife 

was born September y e 19 th 1748 

(R. T. R., I: 250.) 
John Dowst Son of Ozem Dowst and Elezebeth his wife was 

born febuary y e 22 th 1762 
Jonathan Dowst Son of Ozem Dowst and Elesebeth his w r ife 

was born December 5 th 1764 
Rachel Marden Daughter of Benjamen Marden and Rachel 

his wife was born January y e 9 th 1766 
Rachel Marden Daughter of benjamen marden and Rachel 

his wife Decesed January y e 28 th 1766 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 89 

Sarah Lock Daughter of David Lock and Aner his wife was 

born November the 21 1761 
Mary Lock Daughter of David Lock and aner his wife was 

born may y e 7, 1764 
David Lock Son of David Lock and aner his wife was born 

Novemb y e 24, 1765 
October y e 25 th 1766 Samuell Brackett Deceas d 

John Wills Son of Samuel Wills and Priseills his wife was 

born October the 4 th 1745 
Sarah Willes Daughter of Samuel Willes and Elezebath his 

wife was born November y e 21 th 1765 

Bile Rand Son of Samuel Rand and Sarah his wife was born 

October y e 30 th 1766 
Sarah Philbrick Daughter of Daniel Philbrick and abisrel his 

wife was born July the 30 1764 
Joses Philbrick Son of Daniel Philbrick and abigail his wife 

was born July the 22, 1766 
Abial Marden Daughter beniamen marden and Rachel his 

wife was born febuary the 27, 1767 
Elezebeth Marden Daughter of William Marden and Rachel 

his wife was born January the 6 th 1746 

(R. T. R., I: 251.) 

Jonathan Moulton Son of Ruben Moulton and Hannah his 

wife Deceased March the 24 Ul 1767 
Jeremiah Berry and Hannah Lock Joyned In rnarig covnent 

October y e 3 daye 1745 
Hannah Berry dafter of Jeremiah berry and hannah his wife 

was born June y e 27 day 1747 
Sarah Berry dafter of Jeremiah Berry And hannah his wif 

was born July y e 6 day 1749 
Mary berry dafter of Jeremiah berry and hannah his wife was 

Born march y e 24 day 1751 
William berry Son of Jeremiah Berry And hannah his wife 

was born Aprel y e 1 day old stiel or twelf new 1753 
Jeremiah Berry Son of Jeremiah berry and hannah his wife 

was born Apreil y e 2 day 1755 
Levi berry son of Jeremiah berry and hannah his wife was 

born feberuary y e 29 day 1760 
Pashenc Berry dafter of Jeremiah berry and hannah his wife 

was born feberary y e 13 day 1762 
Solomon berry Son of Jeremiah Berry and hannah his wife 

was born November the 11 day 1765 



90 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Hannah Berry wife of Jeremiah Berry Decesed July first — 1 

day 1770 ' 
Jeremiah Berry and Elener Bracket Joyned in marieg cove- 

nent September the eight day 1771 

Lovey Brac[k]ett daughter of Samuel Brackett and Elener 

his wife was born august the ninth day 1758 
Abigeil Libey the wife of abraham Libey died .June y e 2 day 

1764 
Abigil libey dafter of abraham libey Born November y e 1"> 

day 1763 
Joseph Libey son of abraham libey and mary his wife was 

born November y e 10 day 1765 
Job Lebey Son to abraham Libey was born June 18 th day 

1767 
Mary Libey daughter of Abraham Libey and mary his wife 

was born august y e 2& ib 1768 
Jacob Libey Son of Abraham Libey and mary his wife was 

born December the 19'" 1770 
Abraham Libey son of Abraham Libey And Mary bis wife 

was born Feberuary 10 th 1777 
Sarah Libey was Born June 20"' 1779 
Beniman Libey son of Abraham Libey and Mary his wife 

was Born June the 20 th 1782 

(R. T. II., I; 252.) 
Merifeld Berry and Huldey toll Joyned in marieg Covenent 

August the" 1 7 l " Day 1756 
James Towls Berry Son of merifeld Berry and hulday his 

wile was born march the 15 day 1758 
Huldah Berry daughter of merifeld Berry and huldah his 

wife was born October the 26 day 1760 
Olle Berry daughter of merifeld Berry [and] his wife was 

born September 19 day 1763 
Ebenezer berry Son of merifeld Berry and huldah his wife 

was born march the 15 day 1700 
Abigil Berry daughter of merifeld Berry and huldey his wife 

was Born December the 26 day 1769 
James Berry Son of James Berry and hannah his wife was 

Born lei mary the 28 Day 1779 
Ebenezer Berry Son of James Berry And hannab his wife 

was Born June the 23 day 1781 
Huldah Berry Daughter of James Berry and Hanah his wife 

was Born Feberuary the 4 th 1785 



BIRTHS, MJlRRIAGES AND DEATHS. 91 

Jonathan lock Son of Jonathan Lock Jnner and Abegil liis 
wife was born Janerary the 1 day 1759 

Abner Lock Son of Jonathan lock and abegil his wife was 

born October the 30 day 1760 
Abegil Lock daughter of Jonathan lock was born July the 

21, 1764 

John Lock Son of Jonathan Lock and abegil his wife was 

Born July the 15 day 17*17 
Joseph Lock Son of Jonathan Lock & Abigail his wife was 

born March y e 2 1 st 1770 
Daniel Lock Son of Jonathan Lock and Abigail his wife was 

born Octobe 1 20»> 1772 
Jethrow Lock Son of Jonathan Lock and Abigail his wife 

was born Juney* 29 th 1775 
Jonathan Lock Son of David and Annar Lock his wife was 

born febernary the 19 day 1768 
Levi Lock Son of David Lock and Annah his wife was born 

February y 8 7 th 1770 
John Lock Son of David Lock and Annah his Wife was born 

May 22' 1 1772 
Annah Lock Daughter of David Lock and Annah his Wife 

was born March y e -7 lh 1774 
Josiah Webster departed this life March 11 th 1704 

Martha Webster departed this life Nov 1 18, 179s. 

( R T. R., 1 : 253.) 

Sarah Rand daughter oi Epheram Rand And Mary his wife 

was born November the 2 day 17<M 
Jonathan Rand Son of Ephraim Rand And Mary his wife 

was born September the 5 tt 1767 
Epheram Rand Son of Epheram Rand and Mary his wife was 

Born November the 2 day 1769 
David Rand Son of Ephram Rand and Mary his wife was 

born October the 17 th 177 2 
Beniman Marden Son of Beniman Marden and Rachel his 

wife was born June y"' 14 and decesed June y 1 ' 24, 1769 

Jon a Palmer and Abigail Rowe was Maried October 22 d 1730 

Lucey Randell Daughter of William Randell and hannah his 

wife was Bora December V 24, 1707 
Thomas Randell Son o( William Randell Jnner was Born 

September y e 4" 1 1770 
James Palmer Son of Joir' Palmer and Abigail his wife was 
born January 10 th 1753 



92 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF HITS. 

Isac Berry Son of Jacob and Rachel Berry was Born Aprel 

the 20 day 1767 
Amos Rand Son of Nathaniel rand and Bethier his wife was 

born Janeuary the 29 day 1767 
Joshua Rand Son of Nathaniel Rand and Bethier his wife 

was born aprel the 22 day 1769 

(R. T. R., 1 : 254.) 
Thomas Marden and Mary Smith both of this Parish Joynd 

in mariage this forth day of March 1729 Attest Ebenezer 

Clark 
William Chamberlin and Mary Rand Joynd in mariage this 

27 th of november 1729 

Att. Ebenezer Philbrick Parish Clerk 
Jotham Berry and Mary Bats joynd in mariage this eleventh 

day of November the year 1731 
John Lane & Hannah Lampere joynd in mariage September 

the 28 th 1732 

Attestt Eben r Philbrick P Clerk 
Joshua Jennes and Hannah Langdon Joynd in Mariag No- 
vember the 16 th 1732 
John Jennes and Elizabeth Seave joynd in Mariage Novem- 
ber the 30, 1732 
Joseph Fuller and Johana Seave jond in mariage march the 

8 th 1733 
Hinkson Fors and Rachel Berry joynd in mariage June the 

seventh day the year 1733 
Timothy Harde of Bradford and Mary Marden of Rye joyned 

in mariage in September the 27 th 1733 
Zecheriah Berry and Charity AVebster joynd in mariage Octo- 
ber the 23 d 1734 
Joshua Weeks of Greenland and Sarah Jennes of Rye Joynd 

in mariage October the 24 th 1734 
Samuell Seave and Hannah Seave both of Rye Parish joynd 

in mariage November the 6, 1734 

(R. T. R M 1 : 255.) 
William Lock and Elizabeth Rand both of Rye Parish Joynd 

in mariage Jenerary the 5 th 1734/5 
Johnathan Palmer of Rye and Clrer[?] meloon of Greenland 

joynd in mariage October the ninth day 1735 
William Palmer and Jane foss boothe of Rye Jovnd in 

mariage Jenerary 27, 1736/7 
John Lane And Mary Knowls joined in mariage March the 

9, 1738 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 93 

-lames Philbrick And Elezebeth Lan Joynd in Mariage 

November the 11, 1736 
Peter Clifford and Hannah Dolbe Joynd in Mariage July the 

25, 1738 
William Wollis of Rye and Comfort Cotton of Portsmouth 

Joynd in Mariage August the 15, 1738 

The Reverand M r Samuel Parsons of Rye and Mrs. Mary 

Jones of Boston Joynd in Mariage Covenant in October 

the ninth the year 1739 
Abagil Dolbeer Daughter of Jonathan Dolbeer and Hannah 

his wife was born January y e 5 th 1751 
Abiah Jones Daughter of John Jones and anne his wife was 

born may the forth 1755 
Jonathan Randel Son of William Randel and hannah his wife 

was born March y e 27 th 1759 
Thomas Rand Son of Ruben Rand and Elizebeth his wife 

was Born December the 31 th 1739[?] 
Ruben Rand Son of Ruben Rand and Elezebeth his wife was 

born august the 22 th 1742 [?] 
This may Sertefie that Mr. Joseph hall and Mrs. Mary Rand 

were lawfuly Maried or ioyned in mariag covenent by Mr 

Jacob Foster Minister of the Gospel 

Rye Jnuary 11 th 1781 

(R. T. R., I: 256.) 

Mr Jonathan Brown was Born December 22 th Day 1725 
Mrs Mary Brown was Born Aprel 27 th Day, 1729 

Elizabeth Brown Daughter of Jonathan Brown and Mary his 

wife was Born iune 21 th day 1735 
Joseph Brown Son of Jonathan Brown and Mary his wife 

was Born Aprel the 27 day new Stiel 1757 
John Brown Son of Jonathan Brown and Mary his wife was 

Born November the 13 th day 1759 
Jonathan Brown Son of Jonathan Brown and Mary his wife 

was born Aprel the 13 th day 1762 
Mary Brown Daughter of Jonathan Brown and Mary his 

wife was born august the 24 da}' 1766 
Abegil Brown Daughter of Jonathan Brown and Mary his 

wife was born July the 29 day 1769 
Elisha Black and Mary Sanders Joyned in marieg Covenent 

December the 11 day 1770 
Mary Black daughter of Elisha Black and Mary his wife was 

Born august 5 th 1770 



94 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Hannah Black daughter of Elisha Black and Mary his wife 

was born November the 3 day 1770* 
Samuel Elkins Son of Henery Elkins and Cathern his wife 

was Born Janeuary 30 th Day 1744 
Mr Simon Garland and Mrs Rachel Moroson Joyned in 

Marieg December the 20, 1781 

(R. T. R., I: 257.) 
Andrew Shurborn was born may 22 day 1738 
Susanah Shurborn his wife was born march the 6 day 1741 

Thomas Shurborn Son of Andrew Shurborn and Susaner his. 
wife was born June the 15 th 1761 

Marthy Shurborn Daughter of Andrew Shurborn and Susanah 

his wife was born July 7 th 1762 and decesed march the 14. 

1763 
Marthy Sherborn daughter of Andrew Sherborn and Susanah 

his wife was born inarch the 7, 1764 
Andrew Sherborn Son of Andrew Sherborn and Susanah hi.s 

wife was born September the 30 day 1765 
Samuel Sherborn Son of Andrew Sherborn and Susannah his 

wife was born may the 16, 1767 
Elezebeth Sherborn daughter of Andrew and Susanah his 

wife was born november the 20, 1768 

Martha Rand Daughter of George Rand and Amey his wife 

Born January the 20 th 1769 
John Rand Son of George Rand and Amey his wife was Bom 

March the 5 th 1772 
Betey Rand Daughter of George Rand and Amey his wife 

was Born Feberuary the 14 th 1774 
George Rand Son of George Rand and Amey his wife was 

Born Apriel the 9 th 1777 
Richard Rand Son of George Rand and Amey his wife was 

Born October 29 th 1778 
Enoch Rand Son of George Rand And Amey his wife was 

born September the 20 day 1780 
Ebenezer Rand Son of George Rand and Amey his wife was 

Born feberuary the 15 th 1784 
Elezebeth Murey wife of Samuel Murey died December 27 th 

1760 
Samuel Murey and Hannah Dalton Joyned in marieg Cove- 

nent May the forth day 1769 

*Probably an error in original record. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 95 

Elezebeth Murey Daughter of Samuel Murey and Hannah 

his wife was born July the 29, 1770 

(R. T. R., 1 : 258.) 
William Pain Son of William and Susannah Pain was born 

September The Eight Day 1744 
Salley Trundy Daughter of Abagiel Rand was born Feberu- 

ary the 4 th Day 1778 
Christopher Palmer and Elezabeth Locke where Joined in 

marriage July 24 th 1705 
Nathanel Harden son of Jonathan marden and hephzebah his 

wife was born July the 25 day 1745 
Nathanal Marden and Hannah Berry Joyned In marieg cov- 

enent July the 22 day 1768 
Prudence Perry Marden Daughter of Nathanel marden and 

harm ah his wife was born Janerary the 1 day 1769 
Kezia Marden daughter of Nathanel and hannah his wife was 

Born Feberary the 22 day 1770 
Hannah Marden wife of Nathanel Marden Departed This 

Life aprel the Eleventh Day 1773 in the 26 year of her 

age 
Nathanel Marden and Anna Towl Joyned In Marieg Covnent 

May the 29, 1776 
Betey Marden Daughter of Nathanel Marden and Anna his 

wife was born Janaray y € 8 th 1777 
Hannah Marden Daughter of Nathanel Marden And Anna. 

his wife was Born July the 22, 1780 
Betey Marden Daughter of Nathanel Marden Departed this 

Life December the 17 th 17^1 
Nathanel Marden son of Nathanel Marden and Anna liis wife 

was born April 2<J tu 1792 
Jonathan Towle Marden son of Nathanel Marden <N: Anna 

his wife was born Jan 1 * 29 th 1796 

(R. T. R., I: 259. j 
Beniman Marden Son of William marden and Dorcis marden 

his wife was born June the 22, 1727 
Beniman Marden and Rebecer Whiten Joyned in marieg 

Covenent may the 12 th 1746 
Samuel Marden Son of beniman marden and Rebecer his wife 

was born aprel the 30 th day 1748 
Beniman Marden Son of beniman maiden and Rebecer his 

wife was born feberuary the 4 day 1751 
Elezebeth Marden daughter of beniman and Rebecer his wife 

born June the 30, 1754 



96 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

William Marden Son of beniman marden and Rebecer his 
wife was born September the 9 th day 1759 

John Marden Son of benimen marden and Rebecer his wife- 
was born may the 6 day 1762 
Mary Marden Daughter of Benimen marden and Rebecer his 

wife was born* 
Samuel Marden son of benimen marden and Rebeca his wife 

was Born Janerary the 25 th 1773 
Richard Jenness Son of Job Jenness and Mary his wife was 

born December the 8, 1751 
Eleanor Lang Dafter of Beniman Lang and Eleanor his wife 

was born April the 11, 1759 
Hannah Lang Daughter of Beniman Langf and Eleanor his 

wife was born Janerary the 5, 1761 
Beniman Lang Son of Beniman Lang and Eleanor his 

wife was born July the 28, 1765 
Betey Lang Daughter of Beniman Lang and Eleanor his wife 

was Born August the 25, 1771 

(R. T. R., 1 : 260.) 
Henery Dow Departed this Life October the 4 th 1772 In the 

forty forth year of his age 
The widow Charity Dow Departed this Life June the 22. 

1772 In the Seventyeth year of her age 
Hannah Dow Dafter of henery Dow and Marthey his wife 

was born October the 15 th 1752 
Isac Dow Son of henery Dow and marthey his wife was Born 

December the 13 th 1754 
Marthey Dow Daughter of henery Dow and marthey his wife 

was born October the sixth day 1758 
Mary Dow Daughter of henery Dow and marthey his wife 

was Born December the 23 day 1761 
James Dow Son of henery Dow and marthey Dow his wife 

was born Janerary 18 th 1765 
Samuel Marden and Margaret Seavey Joynd in marieg cove- 

nent October the 22 day 1769 
Mehetebel Marden Daughter of Samuel Marden and margaret 

was born march the 5 th 1770 
Samuel marden Son of Samuel marden and margaret his wife 

wag born October the first 1772 
Jonathan marden Son of Samuel marden and margaret his 

wife was born October the 25, 1772 

*Date not given. — Ed. 




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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. I. Dover, N. H., January, 1904. No. 3. 

GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 



[Durham was incorporated May 15, 1732, taken from Dover. Lee 
was set off from Durham January 16, 1766. A part of Madbury was 
taken from Durham May 26, 1768. A portion of Durham was annexed 
to Newmarket July 2, 1870.] 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

George Medar, the son of Joseph Medar Jun r was born Sep- 
tember the 26 th A. D. 1746. 

Ruth Medar was born November the 24 th 1748. 

Thomas Stevenson's children were born as follows: 

John Stevenson born May 29 th 1765. 

James Stevenson born August 28 th 1766. 

Ebenezer Thompson Esq r was born the 5 th of March, O. S. 
A. D. 1737. 

Mary Torr whom he married was born Septem 1 1 st O. S. 
A. D. 1740, they were married May the 22 d 1758 ; their 
children were born as follows: 

Sarah Thompson February 16 th A. D. 1759. 

Anne Thompson January 30 th 1761. 

Ebenezer Thompson Jun r July 12 th 1762. 

Benjamin Thompson March 31 st 1765. 

Polly Thompson, April 11 th 1767. 

The children of Ebenezer Thompson Jun r and Martha his 
wife were born as follows: 

John Burley Thompson November 21 st 1786. 

Anne Hilton Thompson Septem r 19 th 1789. 

Polly Thompson Febr* 24 th 1792. 

Martha Thompson ... and died . . . 

(D. T. R., I: 170.) 

George Smith son of John Smith and Mary his wife was born 
December the 29 th 1781. 



98 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

The children of the Rev d Curtis Coe, and Anne his wife 

were born as follows: 
Joseph Coe June l 8t 1782 
Abigail Coe February 29 th 1784 
Ebenezer Coe December 6 th 1785 
Curtis Coe September 16 th 1787 
Polly Coe November 22 d 1789 
Anne Coe June 28 th 1792 
John Coe Feby 13 th 1797 
Benjamin Coe July 20 th 1801 

The children of James Leighton and Sarah his wife were 
born as follows: 

Elizabeth born April 19 th 1778 

Mary October 1 st 1780 

Sarah, December 1 st 1782 

Abigail, February 11 th 1787 

John, October 16 th 1789 

Anne, July 6 th 1792 

Martha, October 2 d 1794 

Ebenezer, January 1 st 1797 

Susanna Laighton born Nov r 23, 1810 Friday 

(D. T. R., I: 171.) 

John Smith, son of Benjamin Smith Esq r was born Septem- 
ber 20 th 1732, at Durham. 

Lydia Millet, daughter of Thomas Millet, was born June 4th 
1735, at Dover. Married April 3 th 1758, by Rev d M r 
Cushion,* Dover, their children were born as follows, viz: 

Benjamin Smith was born April 15th, 1759. 

Thomas Smith born September 27th, 1760. 

Elizabeth Smith born March 28th, 1762. 

Jemima Smith born April 13th, 1764. 

John Smith born May 14th, 1766. 

Love Smith born October 11th, 1768. 

Lydia Smith born August 26th, 1771. 

Valentine Smith born May 26th, 1774. 

Ebenezer Smith born September 2d, 1777. 
Recorded June 1802. 

John Smith, first above named died Oct. 24, 1819. 

Lydia Smith, his widow, died March 4, 1821. 

John Smith, second above named Died Nov. 4th, 1833. 

*Error in original, should read dishing. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 99 

1858 April 13th Child of John H. and Jane F. Harvey, 
Female. 

Dr. John R. Sanborn. 
A true record 

Attest: John W. E. Thompson, Town Clerk. 

(D. T. R., I : 172.) 
Thomas Pinkham, son of A. Pinkham was Born June 8th, 

1755, at Durham. 
Sally Ballard daughter of Tim Ballard Born October 3rd, 
1757, at Andover. Married. Their Children Born as fol- 
lows: 
Ballard Pinkham was Born October 24th, 1774. 
Sally Pinkham was born March 13th, 1778. 
Thomas Pinkham Jun r born July 29th, 1780. 
Susannah Pinkham born February 14th, 1782. 
Polly Pinkham born October 12th, 1784. 
Polly Pinkham departed this life Oct r 14th, 1784. 
Polly Pinkham 2d born April 28th, 1787. 
Sophia Pinkham born February 20th, 1790. 
Timothy Ballard Pinkham June 29th, 1792. 
Premelia Pinkham born February 16th, 1795, and Departed 
this Life December 25th, 1798. 

Recorded July 28th, 1802, according to the original, hand- 
ed to me by Thomas Pinkham Jun r 

Valentine Smith, T. Clerk. 
Thomas Thompson Jun r was born November 14th, A. D. 

1775, at Durham. 
Betsy Thomas, whom he married, was Born November 18th, 

1781. 
Alfred Thompson, their eldest son born Jan y 5th 1802. 
Recorded Dec r 29, 1802. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 173.) 
John Thompson son of Cap e Jon a Thompson was born Sep- 
tember — 1721, at Durham. 
Abigail Emerson daughter of was born 

Married. Their Children born as follows: 
Edmund Thompson was born May 25th, 1759 
John Thompson born March 29th, 1762 
Hannah Thompson, born October 26th, 1765. 
Love Thompson was born May 27th, 1767 

Recorded August 19th, 1802, as rendered to me by Edm d 
Thompson 

Valentine Smith, T. Clerk. 



100 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Benjamin Smith, son of Jn° Smith Lieut, was Born April 
15 th 1759, at Durham 

P^lizabeth Dudley, daughter of John Wedgwood born Oct r 
16th, 1763. Married December 11th 1781, by Rev d Saml. 
Hutchins, Lee. Their children born as follows: 

Polly B. Smith was born March 2 nd 1783. 

James Smith was Born January 5th, 1785. 

Betsey Smith born January 9th, 1789, 

Lydia Smith was born April 17th, 1791. 

Sally Smith was born July 27th, 1793. 

Millet Jefferson Smith was born Oct 1 26, 1799. 

William J. Smith* born April 2d 1803. 

Jesse Smith born 

Recorded Dec 1 ' 16 th 1802. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 174.) 

Edmund Thompson son of M r John Thompson born May 
25th 1759, Durham. 

Abigail Emerson daughter of Sam 1 Emerson, was born Octo- 
ber 3rd, 1760 Dover. Married June 24th A. D. 1784, 
By M r Belknap. Their Children born as follows, viz: 

Samuel Thompson was born June 29 th 1785 

Samuel Thompson departed this life Sept 1 ' 2nd 1787 

John Thompson born January 19th, 1788 

Anna Thompson was born April 3 d 1790 

James Thompson born January 30th, 1793 

Nicholas Thompson born May 11th, 1795 

Moses Thompson born January 31st, 1798 

Abigail Thompson, wife of said Edmund Thompson Departed 
this life 

Abigail Thomson, daughter of said Edmund and Susanna 
Jones his 2d wife, born December 12th 1800 

Recorded August 21st, 1802. 

James Small was born February 25 th 1765. 

Love Bunker, whom he married, born Dec r 13 th 1776. 
Their children born as follows: 

John Small was Born November 2 Ild 1795. 

Nathaniel Small born August 4th, 1797. 

Betty Canbe Small born October 10th, 1799. 

George Smith Small born December 4th, 1801. 

Recorded September 28 th 1802. 
(D. T. R., 1 : 175.) 

*This and the following entry apparently made after date of record 
and in a different ink. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 101 

Maj r Stephen Jones, son of Stephen Jones, born March 3d, 

1706. 
Susannah Millet, daughter of Tho s Millet, born March 22d 

1740. 

Their Children born as follows: 
Stephen M. Jones born September 10 th 1763 
William Jones born May 23rd 1766 
Susanna Jones born May 3rd, 1769 
Abigail Jones born J any 5th, 1772 
Thomas Jones Born October 4th 1775* died March 26 th 

1848. 
The Children of William Jones and Love Smith, whom he 

married, born as follows, viz.: 
John Jones Born April 8 th 1793. 
Sally Jones was born January 8, 1795. 
Susannah Jones Born December 25, 1797. 
Stephen Jones Born July 31, 1799. 
Ebenezer Jones Born June 21, 1802. 

Recorded January 18 th 1803, by V. Smith. 
Lydia S. Jones, daughter of said William, born October the 

11th 1804. 
William Jones Esq r died Strafford Jan 5 ' 21, 1845 in 79th. 
Joseph S. Burnham born March 1, 1811, son of Robert 

Burnham and wife Abigail. 

(D. T. R., 1:176.) 
John Angier Born July 4, 1761. 
Rebecca Drew Born March 10, 1766. 

Married Aug* 31, 1794 
Sophia Angier, their eldest daughter, born June 5th Anno 

Domni 1795 
John Angier, born April 10th, 1797 
Luther Angier, born March 23, 1799 
Calvin Angier, born May 30, 1801 
Charles Angier, born March 14, 1803 d. Oct. 6, 1841. 
Joshua Ballard, born August 10 th 1760 
Betsy Ballard, his daughter, born June 7, 1786 
Sally Ballard, born February 3 d 1788 
Abigail Ballard, born August 25, 1790 
Lydia Ballard, born January 3 d , 1793 
Mary Ballard, born July 16, 1795. 
Mary Ballard, deceased, Sept. 6, 1800 

*This date may be 1770, the last figure can be read equally well either 
way. — En. 



102 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Samuel Adams, son of Samuel Adams, and Elizabeth Lewis 

Adams, born Jan y 18 th , 1804. 
George Henry- Adams, born Oct r 18 th , 1805. 
Robert Edgerley, son of Samuel Edgerley Jun r and Betsy his 

wife, born April 10th 1786. 

(D. T. R., 1:177.) 
John Smith 3 d , son of Lieut. John Smith, Born May the 14, 

A. D. 1766. 
Abigail Bennett, daughter of John Bennett, born June 19th, 

1773. Married Nov r 4th 1792, by Rev. Curtis Coe. 
Their children born as follows: 
Polly Smith born May 17th 1793 
John Smith born August 21st 1795 
Valentine Smith born June 22d, 1800 
Matilda Smith, born October 30th, 1802 
Stephen Smith born July 4th, 1805 
Leonard Smith born June 8th, 1807 
Warren Smith born March 12th 1815 
Hamilton Smith, son of Valentine and Polly Smith, born 

September 19 th , 1804. 
Jefferson Angier, son of Doct r John Angier and Rebecca his 

wife, born July the 8 th , 1805. 
Gen 1 John Sullivan, born Feb r 28 th , 1740, and departed this 

life January 23 d , 1795. 
Joseph Burnham, son of John Burnham, Born September the 

14th, A. D. 1789. 

(D.T.R., 1:178.) 
Daniel Mathes, son of Valentine Mathes Jr. and Dolly his 

wife, born Nov. 27, 1777. 
Abraham Mathes born Nov. 27, 1785. 
Charles Sinclair, son of Richard Sinclair, Born May the 4th, 

A. D. 1793. 
Thomas Langley, son of Joseph and Molly Langley, born 

Dec r 3d, 1785. 
Daniel Smith, son of Thomas and Sally Smith, born March 

19th A. D. 1783. 
Abraham Perkins, son of Abraham Perkins, born at Durham, 

January 20 th , 1771. 
Lydia Norton, daughter of Nath 1 Norton, born at Durham, 

July 19th, 1766. 

They were married January 14, 1798. 
Abraham Perkins, their eldest son, born January 8th, 1799. 
Lydia Perkins, Born September 27, 1800. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 103 

Charles Perkins, Bom July 11, 1802. 

William Footman, son of John Footman, born Feb. 29, 1784. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 179.) 

Betsy Garland, daughter of Jacob Garland, born January the 

20, A. D. 1787. 
Rebecca Durgin, daughter of Lt. James Durgin, born Janu- 
ary 13th, 1789. 
Lot Wedgwood, son of Lot Wedgwood and Elizabeth 

Smith, whom he married, born March 10th, Anno Domini 

1786. 
Abigail Coe Mathes, daughter of M r Daniel Mathes, born 

November 27, 1806. 
Samuel Edgerley Jun, son of Jonathan Edgerley born June 

4th, Anno Domini 1762. 
Francis Garland,, son of Jacob Garland, born June 7th, 1783. 
William Edgerley, son of Samuel Edgerley Jun 1 born June 

24, 1791. 
Larkin Edgerley, born Aug 1 21, 1793. 
Sally Edgerley born March 20, 1796. 
Betsy Edgerley born January 13, 1799. 

(D. T. R., 1:180.) 
Sally Garland, daughter of J. Garland, born the 6th of Sep- 
tember, 1789. 
Dorothy Mooney, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah B. Mooney, 

born December 13th, 1793. 
James Bickford, son of Samuel Bickford born the 22d day 

of October, 1786. 
Winthrop Smith born Tuesday January the 13th, 1789. 
Mark Willey, son of Robert Willey, born April the 10th, 

1791. 
Robert Libbey, son of John Libbey born February the 3d, 

1790. 
Richard Stevenson, son of Bartholmew Stevenson born Dec 1 

— 1805. 
John Davis, son of John Davis, Born March the 28th, Anno 

Domini, 1799. 
Stephen Davis born October 24th, 1800. 
Daniel Davis born November 16, 1802. 
Henry Davis born June 21, 1805. 
John Doe born August 13th, 1764. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 181.) 
Samuel Edgerley Jun 1 ', son of Jonathan Edgerlev, Born June 

4th, A. D. 1762. 



104 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Betsy Tate, daughter of John Tate, Born the 25th of August, 

1759. 

They were married May 18, 1785. 
Robert Tate Edgerley, their eldest son, Born the 10th day of 

April 1786. 
Jonathan Edgerley Born January 17, 1789. 
William Edgerley Born June 24, 1791. 
Larkin Tate Edgerley born August 21, 1793. 
Sally Edgerley born March 20,1796. 
Betsy Tate Edgerley, born January 13, 1799. 

Recorded agreeably to the Original handed to me. 

V. Smith, T. Clerk. 

Abigail Chesley, daughter of Benjamin Chesley, was born 

January 2d, 1796. 
Hannah Chesley Born January 1st, 1799. 
Dan Martin born October 11, 1750. 
Jonathan Demeritt, Madbury born August 30, 1753. 

(D.T.R., 1:182.) 
Family Becord: 

Benjamin Chesley was born in the year 1743, January the 

24 day. 
Deborah Chesley was born in the year 1747, August the 24 

day. 

Their children's ages as follows, namely: 
Abigail Chesley was born in the year 1765, April the 5th 

day. 
Mary Chesley was born in the year 1767, October the 17th. 
Miles Chesley was born in the year 1770, January the 23rd. 
Deborah Chesley was born in the year 1772, February the 

2nd. 
Isaac Chesley was born in the year 1774, June the 7th. 
Susannah Chesley was born in the year 1776, June the 9th. 
James Chesley was born in the year 1778, August the 12th. 
Benjamin Chesley was born in the year 1781, October the 

12th. 
Valentine Chesley was born in the year 1784, April the 5th, 
Nancy Chesley was born in the year 1786, April the 12th. 

Carried over. 

(D. T. R., 1,183.) 
Family Record, bro 1 over. 

Israel Chesley was born in the year 1788, November the 24. 
Thomas Chesley was born in the year 1792, March the 13. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 105 

Recorded Verbatim from the original presented to me, Apr. 1 

1808. 

Attest Valentine Smith, Town Clerk. 

Nathaniel Demeritt, Wife and Children's ages: 
Nathaniel Demeritt, born November the 6th, 1751. 
Mary Demeritt, his wife, Born April 9th, 1756. 
Betsy Demeritt born April the 12th, 1784. 
William Demeritt born September 15th, 1786. 
Mary Demeritt born March the 1st, 1789. 
Avis Demeritt born January 15th, 1792. 
Jane Demeritt born November 12th, 1794. 
Susan Demeritt born December 21st, 1798. 
Avis Demeritt died — 

Attest Valentine Smith, Town Clerk. 

(D. T. R., I: 184.) 
John Blydenburgh was Born January 18th, 1748. 

Was married to Miss Hannah Moody March 3d, 1779, 

Who was Born April 30th, 1759. 
Hannah Blydenburgh, their daughter Born 
Mrs. Hannah Blydenburgh wife of said John Blydenburgh 

died February 19th, 1780. 
John Blydenburgh was married to Miss Margaret Smith 

November 18, 1781. Who was born December 13th, 

1761. 
Polly Blydenburgh was born March 14, 1784. 
Peggy Blydenburgh was born March 21st, 1788. 
Clarissa Blydenburgh was born June 17, 1793. 
John Blydenburgh, first son, was Born September 22nd, 

1795. He died October 15th, 1796. 
John Blydenburgh, second son was Born August the 8th, 

1797. He departed this life September 29, 1798. 
Hannah Blydenburgh, eldest daughter Born — 
George Ffrost born Dec r 3, 1765. 

Hannah Emerson, widow of S. Emerson born July 28, 1749. 

(D. T. R., I : 185.) 
Record of Abijah Pinkham's Family: 
Abijah Pinkham was born July 22d, 1763, 
Sarah Pinkham was born October 23d, 1763. 

They were married 11th December 1783. 
Elizabeth Pinkham, born the 7th July 1784. 
Sally Pinkham, Born the 8th of July 1789. 
Augustus H. Pinkham, March the 25, 1791. 
John S. Pinkham, Born December 25th, 1793. 



106 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Margery Pinkham, Born April 19th, 1790. 
Abigail Pinkham, Born July 13th, 1799. 
Pamelia Pinkham, Born Septf 6th, 180 — 

Recorded January the 5th, 1810 

Valentine Smith, T. Clerk. 

Andrew Lapish Simpson, son of Andrew Simpson, Esquire, 

Born October 2d, 1800. 
Caroline Simpson, Born April — 1802. 
James Simpson, Born April — 1804. 
Thomas Jefferson Demeritt, son of Samuel Demeritt and 

Sally his wife, born 20th July, 1807. 
James Madison Demeritt, born 28 March 1809. 
John Langdon Demeritt, born 27 of January 1811. 
Elliot G. Burnham born August 1, 1796. He was drowned 

in Piscataqua River April 10, 1852. 

(D. T. R., 1:180.) 

Record of Valentine Mathes, Esquire, Family. 
Valentine Mathes, son of Mathes Born old stile, 1720, 

died Feb r 2, 1814 aged 94. 
Hannah Burnham, daughter of Burnham, Born, O. S. 

died Sep* 5, 1812. 

They were married. 
Valentine Mathes Jr., their son Born — 1746, d. Apr. 4, 

1801 —55. 
Dolly Rogers, daughter of Daniel Rogers Esq r was born 

& died Sep' 30, 1789. 

They were married. Their children Born as follows, to 

wit: 

Abigail Mathes, born 

Robert Mathes, Born January 25th 1775. 
Daniel Mathes Born November 27, 1777. 
Valentine Mathes 3 Born December 20, 1779. 
Benjamin Mathes Born March 2nd, 1782. 
Abraham Mathes Born November 27, 1785. 
John Mathes Born September 26, 1789. Drowned in Dur- 
ham River, 1816, aged 27. 
Capt. Robert Mathes died Jany 19, 1848 aged 73. 
Valentine Mathes 3 died July 1, 1850 aged 70, 8m. 
Capt. Abraham Mathes died Jan y 7 aged 66, 1, 10 days. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 187.) 

Joseph Angier, son of Doct 1 ' John Angier, Born April 24, 
Anno Domini 1808. 



BOOK NOTICES. 

Old Kittery and Her Families. By Rev. Everett S. 

Stackpole, D. D. 8 vo., pp. 822. 100 illustrations. 

Published by Lewiston Journal Company. 1903. 

This book is crowded full of historical and genealogical 
details about the old families of Kittery, Eliot and South 
Berwick, and therefore contains many items about old fami- 
lies of Portsmouth, Durham and Dover. An important 
feature of the book is the maps, locating the original settlers, 
from Braveboat Harbor up the river to above Salmon Falls. 
Fac similes of the autographs of many original settlers, are 
given, as signed to the submission to the Massachusetts gov- 
ernment in 1652. The story of the early settlement, of con- 
flicts with the Indians, of ecclesiastical affairs, etc., is com- 
pactly told. One reader calls it "a mine of information." 
Special attention has been given to genealogy, and the Fer- 
nalds, Frosts, Gunnisons, Hanscoms, Hills, Lords, Nasons, 
Remicks, Shapleighs, Tobeys, and many other families may 
here find their ancestral history told more fully than any- 
where else. All points of historic interest are shown by 
illustrations, as well as the faces of a score of leading citizens. 
The labors of many have been utilized in the preparation of 
this town history, and every page shows painstaking research. 
The character of the first settlers does not suffer at the hands 
of the author. From old Kittery have gone out colonists all 
over Maine and New Hampshire and into every western state. 
Their descendants will be interested in this story of their 
ancestors. 

The price of the book is five dollars (15) and it may be 
ordered of the author at Bradford, Mass. 

The Babcock Genealogy. Compiled by Stephen Bab- 
cock, A. M., Instructor New York School for the Blind, 
New York City. Press of Eaton and Mains. 1903. 8vo., 
pp. 889. 

The compiling of a good genealogy, of one of the old fami- 
lies of America, is a task that requires many years of careful, 
patient, painstaking labor. The Babcock Genealogy which 
is before us and which we have perused with pleasure, is an 
exceptionally fine work. It is the result of many years of 



108 DEVON AND CORNWALL RECORD SOCIETY. 

research. The author Mr. Stephen Babcock, A. M., of 
New York City, has given a great part of his time for the 
last thirty years to gathering Babcock records, while Col. A. 
J. Babcock, of Springfield, 111., Mr. A. Emerson Babcock, of 
Brighton, N. Y., and Mr. Edwin Babcock, of Westerly, R. I., 
have each rendered most valuable assistance in collecting 
Babcock family records, all of which records were placed at 
the disposal of the author. The Babcock family generally 
ought to be proud of this genealogy. Its eight hundred and 
eighty-nine pages were written with great care as to accuracy; 
without accuracy a genealogy is worse than useless, however 
pleasing it may be written, or well printed and bound. 
Ninty four full-page illustrations, consisting of portraits, 
houses and other objects of interest, show that expense in 
this department has not been spared. It was printed with 
new type, on fine white paper, and is a model of the printers 
art. The family coat-of-arms is given as a frontispiece, in 
three colors, finely blended. The index contains 18,365 
names, including the names of the parents of the husbands 
and wives who married into the Babcock family. 

The emigrant ancestor of the Babcock family was James 
Babcock or Badcock as the name was formally spelled and is 
now spelled in England, who settled in Portsmouth, R. I., 
sometime prior to 1642, and later in 1662 removed to West- 
erly, R. I., where he died, June 12, 1679. The Rev. Charles 
Henry Babcock, D. D., contributed an article of eight pages 
on the coat-of-arms and the origin of the family; and Mr. A. 
Emerson Babcock collected the names of the descendants of 
Isaiah Babcock of the fifth generation. His records are pub- 
lished as prepared by him. 



DEVON AND CORNWALL RECORD 

SOCIETY. 

The above society is about to be formed for the purpose of 
issuing to its members in periodical instalments, printed 
copies of Parish Registers of Devon and Cornwall, Marriage 
Licenses, Calendars of "Inquisitiones Post Mortem." (Legal 
inquiry on death of landowner as to his property and heir.) 
Tax Rolls and a variety of other valuable records concerning 
these closely linked western counties which sent so many 
sons to the American colonies. The annual subscription will 



DONATIONS. 



109 



be one guinea. The movement is receiving support locally 
from the nobility and gentry but the expense of transcribing 
and printing being considerable and these records being of as 
much if not greater interest abroad as at home, a large roll 
of membership is sought among "men of the west"' beyond 
the seas. Will all Societies and persons wishing to join as 
members or to aid the work kindly communicate with Mr. 
Reynell-Upham, Hon. Sec, (pro tem.) 4 Rill Terrace, Ex- 
mouth, Eng. A meeting will be held in Exeter, and the 
Society started as soon as sufficient names are received. 
The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe has kindly con- 
sented to be nominated as first President of the Society. 



DONATIONS. 

I beg to acknowledge the receipt of the following books, 

pamphlets and records, since our last issue, presented to The 

New Hampshire Genealogical Society, for its new library, for 

which I am directed to present the grateful thanks of the 

society: 
Donors. 

Hon. Lucien Thompson, 

Winfield S. Bradley, 

Henry Law, 

Charles W. Tibbetts, 

Joseph Foster, U. S. Navy, 

Henry F. Cater, 

Rev. Everett S. Stackpole, 



Residence. 
Durham, 


Books. 
11 


Pamphlets. 

51 


Dover, 


1 




u 


2 


8 


u 


1 


3 


Portsmouth, 




2 


Barrington, 
Bradford, Mass., 3 


19 
1 



Total, 
Caleb S. Gurney, 

records. 
Charles W. Tibbetts, 

records. 



18 84 

Portsmouth, 3 manuscript 

Dover, 6 manuscript 

C. W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



NOTICE. 

The great majority of the early settlers of New Hampshire 
came from the counties of Devon and Cornwall, England, 
and as many persons may be desirous of looking up their 
ancestry in those two counties, it may be well to state that 
Mr. William U. Reynell-Upham of 4 Rill Terrace, Exmouth, 



110 QUERIES. 

Devon Co., England, is a corresponding member of The New- 
Hampshire Genealogical Society. He is a genealogist of ex- 
perience and would be glad to make a special search for any 
person on very liberal terms. His advertisement may be 
found on the third page of the cover of this magazine. The 
New Hampshire Genealogical Society hope to have corre- 
sponding members at Edinburgh, Scotland, Dublin, Ireland, 
London and several other places in England, in the near 
future. 



QUERIES. 

Two pages are allowed for queries, free to subscribers. Answers are 
solicited. 

6. Field. Stephen 3 Field (Zachary 2 , Darby 1 ), married 
Mary King, dau. of Richard King, Jr., and resided in Kit- 
tery, Me. Information desired regarding them and their 
children. 

Address Samuel P. May, 

Newton, Mass. 

7. Wanted, parents and residence of Jeremiah Hall, one 
of the first landholders of Keene, N. H. He married, Jan. 
31, 1720, Dorothy Hill, dau. of Samuel and Hannah 
(Twitchell) Hill, of Medfield. Jeremiah Hall resided, dur- 
ing the latter part of his life, in Winchester, N. H. 

Wanted, also, the parents of both Samuel Wright and 
Mary Pym, who were married in Boston, Sept. 14, 1714. 
Their daughter Elizabeth m. Aug. 23, 1747, Capt. William 
Wimble, and two of their daughters Elizabeth and Rebecca 
m. Moses B. and Gillam Bass, respectively. 

Susan A. Smith. 

3 Dever St., Dorchester, Mass. 

8. Elijah Mathes born May 27, 1759, married Oct. 1, 
1780, Mary Stevens, daughter of Joshua Stevens of Notting- 
ham, N. H. He settled at Canterbury, N. H. where he died 
Dec. 22, 1853. Want name of his parents. He had broth- 
ers Thomas, John, Joseph, Benjamin, Jacob, Daniel, and sis- 
ters Betsy, Joanna, Lydia and Ruth. He is supposed to be 
the son of Benjamin Mathes and Anna Coleman, who were 
married in Newington, N. H., June 20, 1745; Benjamin 5 , 
Francis 4 , Francis 3 , Benjamin 2 , Francis 1 the immigrant in 
the Mason colony of 1631. Thomas settled at Deerfield, 



QUERIES. Ill 

N. PI. Of John, Joseph and Benjamin, no record. Jacob 
and Daniel removed to Maine. Jacob being the ancestor of 
Ex-Governor Powers. 

Any information which may lead to the authentic record 
of this family, will be very gratefully received. 

Harriet L. Matthews. 

Lynn Public Library, Lynn, Mass. 

9. Guilford. William and Mary Guilford, of Boston, 
Mass., had a son John, born May 14th, 1653. William Guil- 
ford had a brother John, of Hingham. Can any of your 
readers tell what became of that particular John, and whether 
John, Jr., of Salem, Mass., who married Rachel Landers, June 
20, 1744, and William, of Dan vers or Salem village, were 
sons or grandsons of John, of Boston. Also whether Joseph 
Guilford, of Salem, who married Abigail Allen, of Salem, 
October 17, 1753, and Benjamin, of Danvers, who married 
Lydia Goodale, 1755, were sons of William and Mary. 
There was also a Robert Guilford and wife Rebecca, who 
were living at Marblehead, and tramfered property in 1762. 
Were these Guilford families among the many who left the 
Maine settlements and came to Portsmouth, Salem and Bos- 
ton about 1700, on account of the Indian invasions at that 
time? 

Whom did John, of Boston, marry, and where did he settle 
in Maine? 

Hart. What is the ancestry of Abigail Hart, who married 
Samuel Marble, of Danvers or Salem, whose daughter, Abigail 
(Nabbie) Marble married Simeon Guilford, of Danvers, 
November 8, 1787? 

Houlton. Capt. Benj. Houlton, of Danvers, married Lydia 
Leach, in 1708. Where did he get his title of Captain? 

Hadley. Enos Hadley married Phebe Farmer, of Pelham, 
N. H. She was born September 21, 1761, and was the 

daughter of Edward Farmer and Molly . Would like 

the ancestry of Edward Farmer and his wife's maiden name 
and ancestry if possible? Very truly yours, 

W. W. Guilford. 

Room 226, Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 

10. Wanted, the birth record and names of parents of 
Joseph Loud, supposed to have been born in Portsmouth, 
N. H., in 1763. He removed to Conway, N. H., about 1780 
and died there Oct. 31, 1838, aged 75 years. 

Weymouth, Mass. John J. Loud. 



112 QUERIES. 

11. Wanted, parentage, birth, marriage and death of 
Rev. William Kidder, of New Market, N. H. He married 
Mary Cram, of New Market, N. H., also want her birth and 
death dates. 

Parentage and birth of Lucy Clough, of Deerfield, N. H., 
married in 1802, Jonathan Cram, of Plainfield, N. H., lived 
and died there. 

Parentage, birth, marriage and death of Susanna Clough, 
who married David Cram, of New Market, N. H., lived and 
died there. 

Parentage, birth, marriage and death of Anna and Lydia 
Smith, sisters, of Raymond, N. H., married Samuel Cram, 
Jr., lived and died in Mt. Vernon, Maine. 

Parentage, birth, death and marriage of Mary Lowe, of 
Stratham, N. H., married William Cram of Deerfield, N. H. ; 
he died in Sandwich, N. H., March 26, 1843, aged 85 years. 

Wanted, marriage and death of Ephraim Tibbetts and wife 
Nancy Perkins Cram, of New Market, N. H. They lived and 
died in Lee, N. H. 

John G. Cram. 

105 Charles St., Boston, Mass. 

12. Martin. Wanted, the names of the parents of Jane, 
wife of David Martin, of Piscataway, N. J. David Martin 
was born in 1726 and died in Piscataway, November 10, 1800; 
his widow died at the home of her son Isaac, in Indiana, 
sometime between 1820 and 1830, a very aged woman. 
Their children were David, Isaac, b. about 1764, Rosanna, b. 
in 1770, and Catherine, b. in 1780. It is said their son David 
removed to the South; can any one give the name of the 
place, also the name of his wife, if he married? 

Mary M. Giauque. 
Glendale, Ohio. 



ANSWER TO QUERY FOUR. 

"Fernald, William H., Co. G, Second Regt. New Hamp- 
shire Volunteer Infantry ; born Durham ; age 35 ; residence 
Peterborough; enlisted May 24, 1861; mustered in June 5, 
1861, as private ; appointed corporal Sept. 1, 1863; mustered 
out June 21, 1864. Postoffice address, Boston, Mass." — 
(Register of New Hampshire Soldiers and Sailors, War of 
the Rebellion, Concord, N. H., 1895.) J. F. 



FRIENDS RECORDS, 
DOVER, N. H., MONTHLY MEETING. 



MARRIAGES. 
[Continued from page 72.] 

Pelatiah Cartland, son of Joseph Cartland and Lydia his 
former wife, deceased, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, 
in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Anna Hanson, daughter of Silas Hanson, deceased, and 
Abigail his wife, of Dover, in the province aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Dover, October 30, 1776. 

Levi Rogers, son of Isaac Rogers, of Berwick, in the county 
of York, in the province of Massachusetts Bay, and Lydia 
his wife, and Huldah Hussey, daughter of Paul Hussey, of 
Biddeford, in said county, and Hannah his wife, married in 
Berwick, November 25, 1776. 

Bilfield Sawyer, son of Stephen Sawyer, deceased, and Sarah 
his wife, of Newbury, in the county of Essex, in the prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Susannah Varney, daughter of Robert Hanson and Lydia 
his wife, deceased, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, 
and province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, 
December 23, 1776. 

Jacob Hanson, son of Solomon Hanson and Anna his wife, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, in the province of New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Phebe Jenkins, daugh- 
ter of William Jenkins and Phebe his wife, deceased, of 
Lee, in the county and province aforesaid, married in 
Dover, April 2, 1777. 

Joseph Jenkins, son of William Jenkins and Phebe his wife, 
deceased, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, in the prov- 
ince of New Hampshire, in New England, and Catharine 
Austin, daughter of Nathaniel Austin, deceased, and Sarah 
his wife, of Dover, in the county and province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, July 30, 1777. 

Daniel Clark, son of Jonathan Clark and Izette his former 
wife, deceased, of Barrington, in the county of Strafford, 
and province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 



114 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Love Drew, daughter of Ebenezer Drew and Sarah his 
wife, of the parish of Madbury, in the county and province 
aforesaid, married in Dover, July 30, 1777. 
Chase Stevens, son of John Stevens, of Windham, in the 
county of Cumberland, in the province of Massachusetts 
Bay, in New England, and Hannah his wife, and Rebekah 
Estes, daughter of Benjamin Estes, of Wells, in the county 
of York, and province aforesaid, and Keturah his wife, 
married in Berwick, August 25, 1777. 
Aaron Rogers, of Berwick, in the county of York, and prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, son of Jonathan Rogers 
Jr., of Newbury, in the county of Essex, and province 
aforesaid, and Sarah his wife, deceased, and Lydia Hanson, 
daughter of Timothy Hanson, of Madbury, in the county of 
Strafford, and province of New Hampshire, and Mary his 
wife, married in Dover, October 29, 1777. 
Nicholas Hanson, son of Stephen Hanson and Mary his wife, 
of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in the province of 
New Hampshire, in New England, and Patience Hanson, 
daughter of Thomas Hanson and Hannah his wife, of the 
town and province aforesaid, married in Dover, November 
26, 1777. 
Jonathan Leighton, son of John Leighton and Abigail his 
wife, both deceased, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, 
in the province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Mary Bampton, daughter of Ambrose Bampton and 
Rebecca his wife, of Dover, and province aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Dover, December 3, 1777. 
Hanson Varney, son of Ebenezer Varney and Elizabeth his 
wife, both deceased, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, 
and province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Elizabeth Jenkins, daughter of Elijah Jenkins and Mehita- 
ble his wife, of Berwick, in the county of York, and in the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay, married in Berwick, 
December 4, 1777. 
Stephen Sawyer, son of Jacob Sawyer and Sarah his wife, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, and province of New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Mary Varney, daughter 
of Paul Varney and Elizabeth his wife, deceased, of the 
town and province aforesaid, married in Dover, March 4, 
1778. 
Silas Goddard, son of James Goddard, of Falmouth, in the 
county of Cumberland, in the province of the Massa- 



MARRIAGES. 115 

chusetts Bay, in New England, and Sarah his wife, and 
Elizabeth Kennard, daughter of Samuel Kennard, of Kit- 
tery, in the county of York, in the province aforesaid, and 
Elizabeth his wife, married in Kittery, November 23, 1778. 

Jonathan Jenkins, son of William Jenkins and Phebe his 
deceased wife, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, in the 
province of New Hampshire, in New England, and Mercy 
Varney, daughter of Stephen Varney and Deliverance his 
wife, of Dover, in the county and province aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Dover, December 2, 1778. 

Shubael Varney, son of Samuel Varney and Mary his wife, 
both deceased, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, 
and province of New Hampshire, in New England, 
and Sarah Cloutman, daughter of John Cloutman, deceased, 
and Mercy his wife, of the town and province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, May 5, 1779. 

Moses Jewett, son of Mark Jewett and Mary his wife, of 
Hopkinton, in the county of Hillsborough, in the province of 
New Hampshire, in New England, widower, and Mary 
Varney, widow of Otis Varney, deceased, daughter of 
William Fry and Abigail his wife, of Kittery, deceased, 
married in Kittery, May 24, 1779. 

James Torrey, son of David Torrey and Elizabeth his 
deceased wife, of Falmouth, in the county of Cumberland, 
and province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Judith Hanson, daughter of Solomon Hanson and Anna 
his wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and prov- 
ince of New Hampshire, married in Dover, July 19, 1779. 

Isaiah Jenkins, of Rochester, son of Jabez Jenkins, deceased, 
and Elizabeth his wife, of Kittery, in the county of York, 
and province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, 
and Abigail Cartland, daughter of Joseph Cartland and 
Lydia his former wife, deceased, of Lee, in the county of 
Strafford, in New Hampshire, married in Dover, November 
10, 1779. 

Richard Varney, son of Jonathan Varney and Elizabeth his 
wife, of Berwick, in the county of York, and province of 
the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Elizabeth 
Canney, daughter of Thomas Canney and Elizabeth his 
wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in the province 
of New Hampshire, married in Dover, December 1, 1779. 

Richard Hanson, son of Silas Hanson, deceased, and Abigail 
his wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and province 



116 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

of New Hampshire, in New England, and Patience Sawyer, 
daughter of Jacob Sawyer and Sarah his wife, of the town 
and province aforesaid, married in Dover, October 4, 1780. 

Jonathan Varney, son of Hezekiah Varney, of Berwick, in 
the county of York, and in the province of the Massachu- 
setts Bay, in New England, and Hannah his wife, and 
Dorcas Allen, daughter of Jedediah Allen, of Berwick 
aforesaid,deceased, and Sarah his wife, married in Berwick, 
November 2, 1780. 

Jonathan Varney Jun 1 ., of Wells, in the county of York, and 
province of Massachusetts Bay, son of Jonathan Varney 
and Elizabeth his wife, and Dorothy Sanborn, daughter of 
Dudley Sanborn and Mary his wife, deceased, married in 
Berwick, October 4, 1781. 

Jedediah Jepson, of Wells, in the county of York, and prov- 
ince of Massachusetts Bay, son of William Jepson and 
Mary his wife, and Margaret Robinson, daughter of Daniel 
Robinson and Elizabeth his wife, married in Berwick, 
November 1, 1781. 

Isaac Varney, son of Ebenezer Varney and Elizabeth his 
former wife, both deceased, of Dover, in New Hampshire, 
in New England, and Lydia Rogers, daughter of Timothy 
Hanson and Mary his wife, of Madbury, in New Hamp- 
shire, married in Dover, November 28, 1781. 

Marble Osborne, of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New Eng- 
land, son of Jonathan Osborne, deceased, and Esther his 
wife, of Danvers, in Massachusetts Bay, in New England, 
and Elizabeth Hanson, daughter of John Hanson and Sarah 
his wife, of Dover, in New Hampshire, married in Dover, 
November 28, 1781. 

John Snell, son of Thomas Snell, deceased, and Joanna his 
wife, of Lee, in New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Elizabeth Caldwell, daughter of William Caldwell and 
Elizabeth his wife, of the town and province aforesaid, 
married in Dover, January 30, 1782. 

William Tuttle, son of Elijah Tuttle and Esther his wife, of 
Dover, in New Hampshire, in New England, and Anna 
Hanson, daughter of Joseph Hanson and Margaret his wife, 
of the town and province aforesaid, married in Dover, 
March 27, 1782. 

Isaiah Gould, son of Mussey Gould and Martha his former 
wife, deceased, of Rochester, in New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Mary Hoag, Daughter of Enoch Hoag and 



MARRIAGES. 117 

Judith his [wife,] of Dover, and county of Strafford, in 
the province of New Hampshire, married in Dover, March 
27, 1782. 

John Varney, son of Ebenezer Varney and Elizabeth his 
wife, both deceased, of Dover, in New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Miriam Hanson, daughter of Thomas Han- 
son and Hannah his wife, deceased, hi the town and prov- 
ince aforesaid, married in Dover, May 29, 1782. 

Caleb Varney, son of Ebenezer Varney and Mary, of Roches- 
ter, in New Hampshire, in New England, and Huldah 
Hussey, daughter of Paul Hussey and Mary his wife, of 
Dover, in New Hampshire, married in Dover, December 
11, 1782. 

David Gove, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, in 
New Hampshire, in New England, son of Daniel Gove, of 
Seabrook, deceased, and Rebecca his wife, and Mary Rines, 
daughter of Thomas Rines and Hannah his wife, both 
deceased, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, in New 
Hampshire, married in Dover, February 23, 1784. 

Jabez Jenkins, of North Yarmouth, son of Jabez Jenkins, 
deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, of Kittery, in the county 
of York, hi the Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and 
Elizabeth Varney, daughter of Stephen Varney and Deliv- 
erance his wife, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in 
New Hampshire, married in Dover, March 24, 1784. 

Joseph Peaslee, son of John Peaslee and Mary his wife, both 
deceased, of Newton, in the county of Rockingham, in 
New Hampsire, in New England, and Lydia Varney, of 
Dover, in New Hampshire, daughter of Caleb Callam and 
Bethiah his wife, of Mandham*, in New England, both 
deceased, married in Dover, November 23, 1784. 

Joseph Roberts, son of Stephen Roberts, deceased, [and] 
Kezia his wife, of Dover, and county of Strafford, in New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Anna Hanson, daughter 
of Maul Hanson and Anna his wife, of the town and prov- 
ince aforesaid, married in Dover, December 8, 1784. 

Nathaniel Austin, son of Nathaniel Austin, deceased, and 
Sarah his wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hamp- 
shire, in New England, and Mary Hanson, daughter of 
John Hanson, deceased, and Sarah Ins wife, of the town 
and province aforesaid, married hi Dover, May 4, 1785. 

Isaac Varney, of Dover, son of Hezekiah Varney and Han- 

*Probably an error in original and should read Mendon. — Ed. 



118 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

nah his wife, of Berwick, in Massachusetts government, in 
New England, and Hannah Varney, of Dover, daughter 
of Humphrey and Patience his wife, of Lebanon, in the 
government aforesaid, married in Dover, August 24, 1785. 

Joseph Varney, son of Samuel Varney and Mary his wife, 
both deceased, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in the 
government of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Sarah Beede, daughter of Daniel Beede and Patience his 
wife, of Sandwich, in the county and government afore- 
said, married in Rochester, October 27, 1785. 

Richard Varney, son of Moses Varney and Mary his wife, of 
Wolfborough, in the county of Strafford, in the govern- 
ment of New Hampshire, in New England, and Mary 
Beede, daughter of Daniel Beede and Patience his wife, of 
Sandwich, in the county and government aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Rochester, October 27, 1785. 

Elijah Tuttle, son of James Tuttle and Rose his wife, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, government of New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Anne Tibbetts, Daugh- 
ter of Obediah Tibbetts, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, 
of Rochester, in the county and government aforesaid, 
married in Dover, November 2, 1785. 

Samuel Varney, son of Joseph Varney and Temperance his 
wife, of Somersworth, in the county of Strafford, and gov- 
ernment of New Hampshire, in New England, and Sarah 
Purinton, daughter of Zacheus Purinton and Anna his 
wife, of Dover, in the aforesaid government, married in 
Dover, December 7, 1785. 

Elihu Coffin, of Biddeford, in the county of York, in state of 
Massachusetts Bay, in New England, son of Benjamin 
Coffin and Jedidah, deceased, of Sherbourn, in the county 
of Nantucket, in the state aforesaid, and Sarah Fry, of 
Kittery, in the county of York aforesaid, daughter of 
Joseph Fry, deceased, of Kittery, and Susanna his wife, 
married in Kittery, December 29, 1785. 

Nathaniel Austin, son of Andrew Austin, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, in New England, and Mary his wife, and 
Huldah Hussey, daughter of Sylvanus Hussey, of said Ber- 
wick, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, married in Berwick, 
January 26, 1786. 

Joseph Meader, of Rochester, son of Joseph Meader and 
Martha his wife, deceased, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth Gould, daughter 



MARRIAGES. 119 

of Samuel Gould, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
Mary his wife, deceased, married in Dover, March 18, 
1786. 

Isaiah Jenkins, of Rochester, son of Jabez Jenkins, deceased, 
and Elizabeth his wife, of Kittery, in the county of York, 
in Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Sarah Han- 
son, daughter of Maul Hanson and Anna his wife, in 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, in New Hampshire, 
married in Dover, April 26, 1786. 

William Purinton, of Falmouth, son of Hezekiah Purinton, 
of the town of Bath, in the county of Lincoln, and state of 
Massachusetts, deceased, and Isabella his wife, and Heph- 
zibah Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey, of Berwick, in 
the county of York, and Eunice his wife, both deceased, 
married in Berwick, June 19, 1786. 

John Morrill, of Berwick, in the county of York, and state 
of Massachusetts, son of Jedediah Morrill, of said Ber- 
wick, deceased, and Sarah his wife, and Sarah Varney, 
daughter of Jonathan Varney, of Wells, in said county of 
York, and Elizabeth his wife, married in Berwick, August 
3, 1786. 

Abraham Purinton, of Falmouth, son of Elisha Purinton, of 
said Falmouth, in the county of Cumberland, and state of 
Massachusetts, and Sarah his wife, and Miriam Hussey, 
daughter of Ebenezer Hussey, of Berwick, in the county 
of York, and Miriam his wife, married in Berwick, October 
23, 1786. 

Obediah Whittier, of Dover, son of Joseph Whittier, of 
Haverhill, in the county of Essex, and State of Massachu- 
setts, and Sarah his wife, and Sarah Austin, daughter of 
Moses Austin, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and province of New Hampshire, in New England, and 
Phebe his wife, married in Dover, December 7, 1786. 

Enoch Hoag Jun r , of Dover, son of Enoch Hoag and Judith 
his wife, of Sandwich, in the province of New Hampshire, 
in New England, and Kezia Lamos, daughter of James 
Lamos, deceased, and Sarah his wife, of Madbury, in the 
province aforesaid, married in Dover, January 3, 1787. 

Samuel Buffum, son of Joshua Buffuin, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and Elizabeth his wife, and Hannah Var- 
ney, daughter of Timothy Varney, of Berwick aforesaid, 
and Abigail his wife, married in Berwick, January 4, 
1787. 



120 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Joseph Winslow, son of Nathan Winslow, of Falmouth, in 
the county of Cumberland, and state of Massachusetts 
Bay, deceased, and Charity his wife, and Catharine Hill, 
daughter of Joseph Hill, of Berwick, in the county of 
York, and state aforesaid, and Mary his wife, married in 
Berwick, February 19, 1787. 

Joseph Estes, of Dover, son of Elijah Estes, of said Dover, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Sarah his wife, deceased, and Eunice Nichols, daugh- 
ter of David Nichols, of Berwick, in the county of York, 
deceased, and Phebe his wife, married in Berwick, Febru- 
ary 19, 1787. 

Marble Osborne, of Dover, in the state of New Hampshire, 
in New England, son of Jonathan Osborne, deceased, and 
Esther his wife, of Danvers, in the county of Essex, and 
state of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, and Mercy 
Nock, daughter of James Nock and Anna his wife, of Ber- 
wick, in the county of York, in the state of Massachusetts 
Bay, married in Dover, March 21, 1787. 

James Neal, of Berwick, in the county of York, and state of 
Massachusetts, son of John Neal, of Kittery, deceased, and 
Patience his wife, and Elizabeth Allen, daughter of Elijah 
Allen, of Kittery, in the county aforesaid, deceased, and 
Elizabeth his wife, married in Kittery, March 29, 1787. 

Jonathan Beede, of Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Jonathan Beede, of 
the parish of Poplin, and county of Rockingham, and state 
aforesaid, and Anna his late wife, deceased, and Anna 
Winslow, daughter of Samuel Winslow, of Sandwich afore- 
said, and Jane his wife, married in Sandwich, April 26, 
1787. 

John Buffum, son of Joshua Buffum, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Elizabeth 
his wife, and Mary Dow, daughter of Moses Dow, of said 
Berwick, and Hannah his wife, married in Berwick, August 
23, 1787. 

Benajah Purinton, of Berwick, son of Moses Purinton, of 
said Berwick, in the county of York, and state of Massa- 
chusetts, and Peace his wife, deceased, and Huldah Var- 
ney, daughter of Timothy Varney, of said Berwick, and 
Abigail his wife, married in Berwick, January 24, 1788. 

James Roberts, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Moses Roberts, of Dover, 



MARRIAGES. 121 

in said county, and Elizabeth his wife, and Eunice Var- 
ney, daughter of Stephen Varney, deceased, and Deliver- 
ance his wife, of Dover aforesaid, married in Dover, 
March 5, 1788. 

Thomas Roberts, son of Moses Roberts and Elizabeth his 
wife, of Dover, in the province of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Hannah Lamos, daughter of Nathaniel 
Lamos and Abigail his wife, in the town and province 
aforesaid, married in Dover, November 26, 1788. 

Jacob Tabor, of Vassalborough, in the county of Lincoln, 
and state of Massachusetts, son of Jacob Tabor, late of 
Dartmouth, in the county of Bristol, and state aforesaid, 
deceased, and Sarah his deceased wife, and Bethiah Hus- 
sey, of Somersworth, in the county of Strafford, daughter 
of Nathaniel Varney, late of Middleton, in said county, 
and state of New Hampshire, deceased, and Content his 
deceased wife, married in Dover, March 21, 1789. 

Moses Purinton, of Berwick, son of John Purinton, late of 
Salisbury, in the county of Essex, and state of Massachu- 
setts, and Theodate his wife, both deceased, and Sarah 
Lamos, daughter of Stephen Roberts, late of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire,deceased, 
and Kezia his wife, married in Dover, March 25, 1789. 

Simon Green, of Chichester, son of Jonathan Green, of Ken- 
sington, in the county of Rockingham, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Huldah his wife, deceased, and Sarah 
Allen, daughter of Jedediah Allen, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, deceased, and 
Sarah his wife, married in Berwick, May 23, 1789. 

Philip Jones, of Amesbury, son of Ezekiel Jones, of said 
Amesbury, in the county of Essex, and state of Massachu- 
setts, and Lydia his wife, and Ruth Page, daughter of 
Enoch Page, of Berwick, in the county of York, and state 
of Massachusetts, and Ruth his wife, married in Berwick, 
December 24, 1789. 

Stephen Hoag, son of Enoch Hoag, of Sandwich, in the 
county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, in New 
England, and Judith his wife, and Martha Beede, daugh- 
ter of Daniel Beede, of the town and county aforesaid, and 
Patience his wife, married in Sandwich, March 4, 1790. 

Amos Hill, son of Joseph Hill, of Berwick, in the county of 
York, and state of Massachusetts, and Mary his wife, and 
Mercy Varney, daughter of Timothy Varney, of Berwick 



122 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

aforesaid, and Abigail his wife, married in Berwick, 
December 30, 1790. 

Samuel Nichols, son of David Nichols, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, deceased, and 
Phebe his wife, and Dorcas Buffum, daughter of Caleb 
Buffum, of said Berwick, and Dorcas his wife, deceased, 
married in Berwick, December 30, 1790. 

Cornelius Douglas, son of Elijah Douglas, of Durham, in the 
county of Cumberland, and state of Massachusetts, and 
Phebe his wife, deceased, and Lydia Buffum, daughter of 
Joshua Buffum, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
Elizabeth his wife, married in Berwick, June 23, 1791. 

Joseph Meader, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, and state 
of New Hampshire, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Meader, 
of Durham, in the county aforesaid, deceased, and Deliv- 
erance Varney, daughter of Nathaniel Lamos, late of Dover 
aforesaid, and Abigail his wife, both deceased, married in 
Dover, August 24, 1791. 

James Robinson, of Waterborough, in the county of York, 
und state of Massachusetts, son of Daniel Robinson, of 
Wells, in said county, and Elizabeth his wife, and Sarah 
Green, of Berwick, in said county, daughter of Ephraim 
Green, late of Kittery, in said county, deceased, and Lydia 
his deceased wife, married in Berwick, September 29, 
1791. 

Christopher Cole, son of John Cole, of Sanford, hi the county 
of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Elizabeth his 
wife, and Hannah Hussey, daughter of William Hussey, 
of Berwick, in said county, and Phebe his wife, married in 
Berwick, November 3, 1791. 

Daniel Varney Jr. of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Daniel Varney, of Dover, 
in the county aforesaid, and Martha his wife, and Susanna 
Hanson, daughter of Moses Hanson, of Rochester, in the 
county aforesaid, and Mary his wife, married in Rochester, 
November 24, 1791. 

Ebenezer Jenkins, of Kittery, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, son of Renold Jenkins, of said Kit- 
tery, and Lydia his late wife, deceased, and Hope Varney, 
daughter of Nathan Varney, of Dover, in the county of 
Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Abigail his 
wife, married in Dover, April 25, 1792. 

Daniel Beede, son of Nathan Beede, of Sandwich, in the 



MARRIAGES. 123 

county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Dolly his wife, and Lydia Hoag, daughter of Enoch Hoag, 
in the county and state aforesaid, and Judith his wife, 
married in Strafford, November 29, 1792. 
James Varney, son of Paul Varney, of Dover, in the county 
of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth 
his wife, both deceased, and Sarah Allen, daughter of 
Elijah Allen, of Kitteiy, hi the county of York, and state 
of Massachusetts, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, mar- 
ried in Kittery, January 3, 1793. 

John Austin, of Pollington, in the state of New York, son of 
Andrew Austin, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, and Mary his wife, and Sarah 
Jenkins, daughter of Elijah Jenkins, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and Mehitable his wife, married in Ber- 
wick, January 31, 1793. 

Joshua Jenkins, son of Elijah Jenkins, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Mehitable 
his wife, and Miriam Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey, 
late of said Berwick, and Eunice his wife, severally 
deceased, married in Berwick, February 28, 1793. 

James Hussey, son of William Hussey, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Phebe his 
wife, deceased, and Temperance Buffum, daughter of 
Caleb Buffum, of said Berwick, and Hannah his wife, 
married in Berwick, February 28, 1793. 

Cyrus Beede, of Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Daniel Beede, of said 
Sandwich, and Patience his wife, and Judith Varney, 
daughter of Nathan Varney, of Dover, in the county afore- 
said, and Abigail his wife, deceased, married in Dover, 
March 27, 1793. 

Jonathan Dow, of Vassalborough, in the county of Lincoln, 
and state of Massachusetts, son of Moses Dow, of Berwick, 
in the county of York, and Hannah his wife, and Abra 
Wentworth, daughter of John Wentworth, of Rochester, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Hannah his wife, deceased, married in Berwick, July 
22, 1793. 

Ebenezer Hussey Jr., of Berwick, son of Ebenezer Hussey, 
of said Berwick, in the county of York, and state of Mas- 
sachusetts, and Miriam his wife, and Mercy Austin, daugh- 



124 RECORDS OP DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

ter of Andrew Austin, of said Berwick, and Mary his 
wife, married in Berwick, October 31, 1793. 

Moses Hanson, son of James Hanson, of Madbury, in the 
county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, deceased, 
and Abigail his wife, and Sarah Varney, daughter of 
Stephen Varney, of Dover, in the county aforesaid, deceased, 
and Deliverance his wife, married in Dover, November 6, 
1793. 

John Purinton, son of Zacheus Purinton and Anna his wife, 
of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in the province of 
New Hampshire, and Phebe Beede, daughter of Daniel 
Beede and Patience his wife, deceased, of Sandwich, in the 
county and province aforesaid, married in Sandwich, 
November 28, 1793. 

Moses Huntington, of Amesbury, son of John Huntington, 
of Amesbury, in the county of Essex, and state of Massa- 
chusetts, and Hannah his wife, and Hannah Page, daugh- 
ter of Enoch Page, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, and Ruth his wife, married in Ber- 
wick, November 28, 1793. 

Samuel Varney, son of Timothy Varney, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Abigail 
his wife, and Mary Hussey, daughter of Samuel Hussey, 
of Somersworth, in the county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, and Mercy his wife, married in Dover, 
December 25, 1793. 

Daniel Plummer, of Berwick, son of Richard Plummer, of Ber- 
wick, in the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, 
deceased, and Patience his wife, and Anna Morrill, daugh- 
ter of Winthrop Morrill, of Berwick, in the county of 
York, and Susanna his wife, married in Berwick, Decem- 
ber 26, 1793, 

Ezekiel Varney, son of Jonathan Varney, of Wells, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and P21izabeth 
his wife, and Mary Varney, daughter of Timothy Varney, 
of Berwick, in said county, and Abigail his wife, married 
in Berwick, January 2, 1794. 

Moses Roberts Jr., of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Moses Roberts, of 
Dover, in the county aforesaid, and Elizabeth his wife, 
deceased, and Alice Tibbetts, daughter of Ezekiel Tibbetts 
and Ruth Tibbetts, of Rochester aforesaid, married in 
Dover, September 24, 1794. 



MARRIAGES. 125 

Christopher Hussey, son of Paul Hussey, both of Biddeford, 
in the county of York, and Hannah his wife, and Eunice 
Cole, daughter of John Cole, of Sanford, in said county of 
York, and Elizabeth his wife, married in Berwick, Novem- 
ber 27, 1794. 

Isaiah Gould, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state 
of New Hampshire, son of Mussey Gould, of said Dover, 
and Martha his wife, deceased, and Abigail Hanson, daugh- 
ter of Silas Hanson, of Dover aforesaid, deceased, and 
Abigail his wife, married in Dover, September 23, 1795. 

Jonathan Lamos, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Nathaniel and Abigail 
Lamos, of Dover aforesaid, and Susanna Hanson, daughter 
of Stephen Hanson and Mary his wife, of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford aforesaid, married in Dover, Septem- 
ber 23, 1795. 

William Hussey, son of William Hussey, late of Dover, in 
the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Hannah his wife, both deceased, and Sarah Hussey, daugh- 
ter of Isaac Hanson, late of Somersworth, in said county, 
deceased, and Sarah his wife, married in Berwick, Septem- 
ber 24, 1795. 

Sylvanus Hussey, son of Batchelor Hussey, of Berwick, in 
the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, deceased, 
and Sarah his wife, and Ruth Fry, daughter of Roland 
Fry, of Berwick aforesaid, and Judith his wife, married in 
Berwick, October 22, 1795. 

Jonathan Southwick, of Danvers, in the county of Essex, 
and state of Massachusetts, shoemaker, son of Daniel 
Southwick, of Danvers, county aforesaid, and Elizabeth 
his wife, and Hannah Fry, daughter of Silas Fry, of Kit- 
tery, in the county of York, and state aforesaid, and Mary 
his wife, married in Kittery, October 24, 1795. 

Joshua Varney, son of Moses Varney, of Wolfborough, in the 
county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Mary his wife, and Anna Austin, daughter of Andrew 
Austin, of Berwick, in the county of York, and state of 
Massachusetts, and Mary his wife, married in Berwick, 
February 25, 1796. 

Nathaniel Varney, son of Hezekiah Varney, of Berwick, in 
the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Han- 
nah his wife, and Content Morrill, daughter of David Mor- 



126 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

rill, of said Berwick, and Sarah his wife, married in Ber- 
wick, February 25, 1796. 

Reuben Tabor, son of John Tabor, of Vassalboro, in the 
county of Lincoln, and Eunice his deceased wife, and 
Eunice Rogers, daughter of Paul Rogers, of Berwick, in 
the county of York, and Deborah his wife, married in Ber- 
wick, June 26, 1796. 

Tobias Tuttle, of Dover, son of Ebenezer Tuttle, of Dover, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Deborah his wife, and Phebe Austin, daughter of 
Elijah Austin, of Madbury, in the county of Strafford, and 
Hannah his wife, married in Dover, August 24, 1796. 

David Gove, son of David Gove, of Weare, in the county of 
Hillsborough, and state of New Hampshire, and Martha his 
wife, and Hannah Dow, daughter of Moses Dow, of Ber- 
wick, in the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, 
and Hannah his wife, married in Berwick, September 22, 
1796. 

David Roberts, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Nathaniel and Mary Rob- 
erts, late of Berwick, in the county of York, deceased, and 
Hannah Meader, daughter of Benjamin Meader and 
Patience his wife, of said Rochester, married in Roches- 
ter, October 27, 1796. 

Paul Bunker, son of Simeon Bunker, deceased, and Lydia his 
wife, in the county of Rockingham, in the state of New 
Hampshire, in New England, and Peggy Scribner, daughter 
of Benjamin Scribner and Huldah his wife, of Sandwich, 
in the county aforesaid, and government of New Hamp- 
shire, married hi Sandwich, December 29, 1796. 

Remington Hobby, son of Remington Hobby, of Vassal- 
borough, in the county of Lincoln, and state of Massachu- 
setts, and Anstrus his wife, and Margaret Buffum, daughter 
of John Buffum, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state aforesaid, and Hannah his wife, deceased, married in 
Berwick, January 21, 1797. 

James Cole, son of John Cole, of Sanford, in the county of 
York, and state of Massachusetts, and Sarah Hanson, 
daughter of Caleb Hanson, of Sanford, married in Berwick, 
January 26, 1797. 

James Varney, son of Daniel Varney, of Dover, in the county 
of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Martha his 
wife, and Mary Meader, daughter of Joseph Meader, of 



MARRIAGES. 127 

Rochester, in the county and state aforesaid, and Abigail 
his deceased wife, married in Rochester, January 26, 
1797. 

Timothy Hanson Jr., son of Timothy Hanson, of Dover, in 
the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Mary his wife, deceased, and Kezia Neal, daughter of 
James Neal, of Kittery, in the county of York, and state 
of Massachusetts Bay, and Elizabeth his wife, married in 
Kittery, February 23, 1797. 

James Purinton, of Berwick, son of Moses Purinton, of said 
Berwick, in the county of York, and commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, and Peace his wife, deceased, and Dorcas 
Goodwin, daughter. of Willoughby Goodwin, late of Som- 
ersworth, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, deceased, and Lydia his wife, married in Ber- 
wick, February 23, 1797. 

Stephen Hanson, son of Stephen Hanson, of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Mary 
his wife, and Lydia Brown, daughter of WilliamBrown, of 
said Dover, and Abigail his wife, married in Berwick, 
May 25, 1797. 

Mordecai Varney, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Moses and Phebe 
Varney, late of Dover, deceased, and Huldah Varney, 
of said Rochester, daughter of Silas Hanson, late of Dover, 
deceased, and Abigail his wife, married in Dover, Septem- 
ber 13, 1797. 

John Fry, of Berwick, son of Ebenezer Fry, of Kittery, in 
the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and 
Mary his wife, deceased, and Martha Gould, daughter of 
Mussey Gould, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth his wife, married 
in Dover, November 1, 1797. 

Moses Roberts, of Dover, hi the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Abigail Hanson, of said 
Dover, widow, married in Dover, January 10, 1798. 

Isaac Buffum, of Berwick, son of John Buffum, of said Ber- 
wick, in the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, 
and Hannah his wife, deceased, and Sarah Nichols, daugh- 
ter of David Nichols, of said Berwick, and Phebe his wife, 
both deceased, married in Berwick, October 4, 1798. 

John Canney Jun r , of New Durham, hi the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, son of John Canney, of 



128 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

said New Durham, and Love his wife, and Anna Meader, 
daughter of Nathaniel Meader, of Rochester, in said county, 
and Mary his wife, married in Rochester, October 4, 
1798. 

Solomon Hoyt, of Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of George Hoyt, of Henniker, 
in the county of Hillsborough, and state aforesaid, and 
Rhoda his wife, and Sarah Rogers, daughter of Aaron Rog- 
ers, late of Berwick, in the county of York, and state of 
Massachusetts, deceased, and Lydia his wife, married in 
Berwick, October 25, 1798. 

James Gove, of Weare, son of John Gove, of said Weare, in 
the county of Hillsborough, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Martha his wife, and Sarah Austin, daughter of 
Andrew Austin, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, and Mary his wife, deceased, mar- 
ried in Dover, February 28, 1799. 

Andrew Austin, of Berwick, son of Andrew Austin, of said 
Berwick, in the county of York, and state of Massachu- 
setts, and Mary his wife, deceased, and Lydia Morrill, 
daughter of Peter Morrill Jr., of said Berwick, and Han- 
nah his wife, married in Berwick, March 14, 1799. 

Thomas Stackpole, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, son of Samuel Stackpole, of Dover, 
in the county of Strafford, and Zeruiah his wife, and Sarah 
Morrill, daughter of Peter Morrill, of Berwick aforesaid, 
and Hannah his wife, married in Berwick, April 4, 1799. 

Tobias Hanson, of Brookfield, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Moses Hanson, of Roches- 
ter, and Mary his wife, and Hannah Meader, daughter of 
Joseph Meader, of said Rochester, and Abigail his deceased 
wife, married in Rochester, May 2, 1799. 

James Lamos, of Madbury, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of John Lamos, late of said 
Madbury, deceased, and Sarah his wife, and Mary Varney, 
daughter of Joshua Varney, of Dover, in said county, and 
Anna his wife, married in Dover, July 3, 1799. 

Andrew Wiggin, of Wolfborough in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Chase Wiggin, late of 
said Wolfborough, and Elizabeth his wife, deceased, and 
Judith Varney, daughter of Moses Varney and Mary Iris 
wife, of Wolfborough aforesaid, married in Dover, October 
24, 1799. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 
[Continued from page 96.] 

Ahipzabah Marden Daughter of Samuel and Margaret Mar- 
den born June 7 th 1774 

Joses Philbrick Son of Joseph & Anna his Wife Born Sep- 
tem r 12 th 1761 

Anna Philbrick Daughter of Joseph & Anna his Wife Born 
January 23 d 1764 

Abigail Born of Joseph & Anna his Wife Septem 28, 1768 

Hannah Philbrick born of Joseph & Anna his Wife Decemb r 

12^1770 
Jonathan Philbrick Son of Joseph & Anna his Wife born 

Septem r 17 th 1773 

(R. T. R., I: 261.) 

Joseph Jenness and Mary Dow Joyned in mariag Covenent 

December the 25 th day 1750 
Isac Jenness Son of Joseph Jenness and mary his wife was 

born October the 9 th Day 1755 
Richard Jenness Son of Joseph Jenness and mary his wife 

was born December the 24 th day 1757 
Jonathan Jenness Son of Joseph Jenness and mary his wife 

was born July 25 th 1760 
Sarah Jenness Daughter of Josep Jenness and mary his wife 

was born may the eleventh day 1764 
Joseph Jenness Son of Joseph Jenness and mary his wife 

was Born feberuary the 12 th day 1771 
Mary Rand Daughter of Joseph and Deborah Rand his wife 

was born March 15 th 1759 
Philbrick Rand Son of Joseph and Deborah Rand his wife 

was born March 25 th 1761 
Joseph Rand Son of Joseph and Deborah Rand his wife born 

January y e 11 th 1763 
Deborah Rand y e Daughter of Joseph and Deborah Rand his 

wife was born Septemb r y e 3 rd 1765 
Poley Philbrick Daughter of Joses Philbrick and Susanah 

his wife was born Desember 5 th Dav 1782 



130 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Beniman Philbrick Son of Joses Philbrick and Susannah his 

wife was born September 27 th 1785 
Joseph Philbrick Son of Joses Philbrick and Susannah his 

wife was Born September 19 tb 1788 
Nancey Philbrick Daughter of Joses Philbrick and Susannah 

his wife was born April 8 th 1792 
Hannah Philbrick Daughter of Joses Philbrick and Susannah 

his wife was Born Apriel the 7 th Day 1795 
Reuben Philbrick Son of Joses Philbrick and Susannah his 

wife was born Sep 1 the 1 st 1798 
Charles Pinckney Philbrick son of Joses Philbrick and 

Susannah his wife was born October the 7 th 1799 

(R. T. R., I : 262.) 
George Saunders the Son of Saunders and 

his wife was Born April y e 18 th 1732 Old Stile 
Sarah Saunders the wife of George Saunders was Born Jan- 
uary 13 th 1736 O Stile 
Elizabeth the Daughter of George Saunders and Sarah his 

wife was born June y e 29 th 1755 
William Saunders Son of George Saunders and Sarah his 

Wife was Born October y e 19 : 1759 
Martha Saunders the Daughter of George Saunders and 

Sarah his Wife was Born May y e 29 : 1766 
Mercy Saunders the Daughter of George Saunders and Sarah 

his wife was Born August y e 24 th 1767 
George the Son of George Saunders and Sarah his wife was 

Born June y e 3 rd 1769 
Samuel the Son of George Saunders and Sarah his wife was 

Born November 21 st 1771 
Sarah the Daughter of George Saunders and Sarah his Wife 

was Born August 20 th 1773 
Mary the Daughter of George Saunders and Sarah his wife 

was born August 13 th 1776 
Hannah Sanders the daughter of George Sanders and Sarah 

his wife was born June 4 th 1779 
Nathaniel Tucker the Son of William Tucker and Mary his 

wife Was Born September y e 19 th 1733 
Elizabeth the Wife of Nathaniel Tucker was Born December 

31 8t 1732 
Elizabeth Tucker Daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth 

Tucker was Born November 19 th 1753 and died February 
12 th 1837 Ag. 83 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 131 

Sarah the Daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Tucker born 

May 31 : 1756 
Nathaniel the Son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Tucker born 

Septemb 1 y e 23 rd 1758 
William the Son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Tucker born 

January 31 8t 1763 
Richard the Son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Tucker born 

Novemb 1 27 : 1764 
Joseph the Son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Tucker born Sep- 

temb r 19 : 1773 
Mary Morrison the Daughter of Alexander Morrison and 

Sarah Coats was born May y e 22 nd 1770 
William Treferrin Son of William and Elizabeth Treferrin 

his wife was born Apriel 24 th 1775 
John Rand Son of William and Sarah Rand born January 

20 th 1756 
Andrew Stivers Son of Sarah Hall was born June 16 : 1765 
Elizabeth Lear Daughter of Alexander Lear and Sarah his 

wife was born July the 18 th 1771 
Nathaniel the Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Tucker born 

Jan^ 24 th 1796 

(R. T. R., I: 263.) 
Robinson Treferrin Son of Henery Treferrin and Mary Locke 

his wife was born New Castle Apriel y e — 1721 
Abigail Treferrin Wife of Robinson Treferrin was born at 

Rye November y e 7 th 1726 Old Stile. 
Mary Treferrin Daughter of Robinson Treferrin and Abigail 

his Wife was born Apriel y e 12 th 1748 Old Stile 
William Treferrin Son of Robinson Treferrin and Abigail his 

wife was born June 5 th 1751 Old Stile and died 1825 

June 17 th 
Robinson Treferrin Son of Robinson Treferrin and Abigail 

his wife born March y e 3 rd Old Stile and Died at Sea 
Abigail Treferrin Daughter of Robinson Treferrin and Abi- 
gail his Wife was born Apriel y e 6 th 1755 New Stile 
Joseph Treferrin Son of Robinson Treferrin and Abigail his 

wife was born August 14 th 1757 New Stile 
Joseph Treferrin Jun r son of Robinson Treferrin and Abigail 

his wife was born March y e 5 th 1759 New Stile 
Lucretia Treferrin Daughter of Robinson Treferrin and 

Abigail his wife was born May 24 th 1763 New Stile 
Salome Treferrin Daughter of Robinson Treferrin and Abi- 
gail his wife was born May 1 st 1765 New Stile 



132 GENEALOGICAL RECOEDS OF RYE. 

Margaret Treferrin Daughter of Robinson Treferrin and 

Abigail his wife was born May y e 28 th 1767 New Stile 
Henery Treferrin Son of Robinson Treferrin and Abigail his 

Wife was born August 16 th 1769 New Stile and died in 18 
William Treferrin son of William Treferrin and Elizabeth 

his wife was born 
William Trefethen died June 17 th 1825 aged 74 and Eliza- 
beth his wife died February 12, 1837 aged 83 
Nathaniel Treferrin son of W m and Elizabeth Treferrin was 

born 
William Marden the Son James and Judith Marden was 

born May the 30 th 1744 
Hannah Wallis daughter of Samuel and Sarah Wallis was 

born August the 2 1745 
The ages of William and Hannah Marden's Children are as 

follows, viz. 
Abigail Marden was born March the 31 th 1776 
Sarah Marden was born October the 29, 1778 
Hannah Marden was born April the 4, 1781 
James Marden was born April the 21, 1784 
Abigail Locke March 25, 1848 Died 

(R. T. R., 1:264.) 
The Children of M r Mark Randall and Abigail his Wife are 

as follows Viz 
Abigail Randall was Born Decemb r 5 th 1749 
Joses Randall was Born April y e 11 th 1751 
Joses Randall departed this life Oct. 16, 1781 
Sarah Randall was Born Octob r 28 th 1752 
Elizabeth Randall was Born April 10 th 1755 
Mark Randall was Born June y e 18 : 1757 
Reuben Randall was Born february 9 th 1760 
John Randall was Born June y e 18 th 1762 
John Randall departed this life October 19 th 1781. 
Deborah Randall was born June y e 11 th 1764 
Deborah Adams deceast June 1 st 1803. 
Samuel Randall was born July 3 rd 1767 
Daniel Randall was born Octob r 26: 1769 
Daniel Randall departed this life January 4 th 1808 
Olive Randall was born Octob r 21 st 1772 
Hannah Randall was born Aug* 30, 1778. 
Hannah Randall deed Sep 4 6, 1778. 
Elizabeth Foss Daughter of Elizabeth Foss Was Born June 

the 6 th 1784 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 133 

William Lock Son of David Lock and hannah his wife was 

born April y e 9 th 1776 
Abegill D Lock Daughter of David Lock and Annah his wife 

was born November the 20 day 1778 
Beniman Lock Son of David Lock and hannah his wife was 

born December the 28 th 1780 
Nancy Lock Daughter of David Lock and Annah his wife 

was Born March the 9th 1785 
Noah Jenness the son of Nathaniel Jenness and Hannah his 

wife was born March 2 d 1762. 
Elizabeth Jenness the wife of Noah Jenness was born Febru- 
ary 27 th 1755. 
Noah Jenness deceast October 17 th 1801 
Mark Randall was born October 25 th 1726. 
Abigail his wife was born November ll 01 1730. 

(R. T. R., 1 : 265.) 
Reuben Philbrick the son of Reuben Philbrick and Mary his 

wife was born September the 9 th 1773 
Hannah Philbrick the daughter of Reuben Philbrick and 

Mary his wife was born January the 7 th 1776. 
Sarah Philbrick the daughter of Reuben Philbrick and Mary 

his wife was born April the 13 th 1778. 
Joses Philbrick the son of Reuben Philbrick and Mary his 

wife was born May the 19 th 1781. 
Daniel Philbrick Son of Joseph and Anna Philbrick was 

born Janu a 19 th 1776 
Levi Philbrick Son of Joseph and Anna Philbrick was born 

May y e 6 th 1778 
James Philbrick Son of Joseph and Anna Philbrick his wife 

was born July the 8th Day 1780 
Joseph Philbrick Son of Joseph Philbrick and Ane his 

[wife] was Born June the 14th 1783 
Saley Philbrick Daughter of Joseph Philbrick and Aney his 

wife was Born August the 30 Day 178— 
The Children of Noah Jenness and Elizabeth his wife are as 

follows 
Simon Jenness was born May 19 th 1785. 
Joses Jenness was born January 10, 1787. 
Betsy Jenness was born June 24, 1794. 
Polly Jenness was born March 27, 1797. 
Lucy Hobbs Daughter of James hobbs and Mary his wife 

was Born November y e 8, 1774, and Died the 12th of 

march 1776 



134 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Poley hobbs was born the 4th of September 1776 
Jonathan Hobbs was Bom the 8th Day of November 1778 
Betsy Jenness Hobbs was Born the 4th Day of September 

1780 
Lucy hobbs was born y e 2 Day of September 1782, and 

Dyed the 11th of December 1783 
Nathaniel Hobbs was Born the 12th Day of June 1786, and 

Dyed the 21st Day of January in the year 1788 
Lyman Philbrick son of Joses Philbrick and Susannah his 

wife was born October 3 d 1802. 
Clinton Philbrick son of Joses Philbrick and Susannah his 

wife was born May the 29, 1805 

(R. T. R., 1 : 266.) 
Sarah Jenness Daughter of Richard Jenness Juner and Mary 

his wife was Born August the 24 Day 1782 
Joseph Jenness son of Richard Jenness and Mary his wife 

was born June the 18th 1786 
Peter Johnson son of Peter Johnson and Mary his wife was 

born August the 6 th 1778, and died 
Rebecca Marden Daughter of Beniman Marden and Hanah 

his wife was born January the tenth 10 Day 1773 
Nancy Tredwel Marden Daughter of Beniman Marden and 

Hannah his wife was Born March the 20th 1777 
Molly Marden Daughter of Beniman and hannah his wife 

was Born March the 24th 1779 
Joseph Marden Son of Joseph Marden and Mary his wife 

was Born April the 3 Day 1774 
Samuel Hunt Marden Son of Joseph Marden and Mary his 

wife was Born January the 14, 1777 
Jonathan Marden Son of Joseph Marden and Mary his wife 

was Born Feberuary 22 day 1780 
Daniel Marden son of Joseph Marden and Mary his wife was 

born August the 14th 1782 
Jonathan Marden son of Nathaniel Marden and Elizabeth his 

wife was born April the 24 1770 
Hannah Marden was Born January the 5th 1772 
Oley Marden Daughter Nathanl marden and Elizabeth his 

wife was born August the 27th 1774 
Lucy Marden was Born September the 28th 1776 
Ebenezer Marden was Born January the 22, 1779 
James Marden was Born May the 6th 1781 
Ruben Marden was Born Apriel the 21, 1783 
Esther Marden was Born July the 20th 1785 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 135 

Elizabeth Marden Born December 17th 1787 Died July 

the 12th 1788 
Elizabeth Moulton Marden Daughter of Nathaniel Marden 

and Elizabeth his wife was Born November the 6th 1793 
Rhoda Marden the daughter of James Marden and Sarah his 

wife was born April 2 d 1803 
Lovina Marden daughter of James Marden and Sarah his 

wife was born January 8, 1810 

(R. T. R., 1 : 267.) 
Abigail Marden died March 28 th 1820 aged 81 years 
Nathaniel Marden died March 30 th 1823 aged 77 years. 
Elizabeth Marden his wife died November 1 st 1831 aged 80 

years 
Mary Webster Daughter of Josiah Webster and Sarah his 

wife was born April 17 th 1781 
Josiah Webster was born son of Josiah Webster and Sarah 

his wife January the 6th 1783 
David Webster son of Josiah Webster and Sarah his wife 

was born September the 23, 1785 
Sarah Webster Daughter of Josiah Webster and Sarah his 

wife was born March the 18th 1787 
John Webster son of Josiah Webster and Sarah his wife was 

born June the 23, 1788 
Fanny Webster was born Daughter of Josiah Webster and 

Sarah his wife March the 26 1790 
Nathaniel Webster son Josiah Webster and Sarah his wife 

was born March the 4 th 1793 
Martha Webster Daughter of Josiah Webster and Sarah his 

wife was Born April the 10 Day 1795 
Levi L. Webster son of Josiah Webster and Sarah his wife 

born March 28, 1799 
The Children of John Lock and Abigail his wife are as fol- 
lows viz. 
Elizabeth Locke was born January the 21 8t 1788. 
Samuel Jenness Lock was born March the 1 st 1790. 
Abigail Locke was born November the 21 st 1792. 
Olive Shapley Lock was born May the 11 th 1795. 
Jethro Locke was born November 19 th 1797. 
Jonathan Locke was born April 9 th 1800. 
Mary Locke was born Feb ry 11 th 1803. 
Elvin Locke was born March 2* 1809. 

(R. T. R., I: 268.) 
* Perhaps should read 20, part of the last figure torn. — Ed. 



136 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Moley Berry Daughter of Levi Berry and Sary his wife was 

Born April the 17 th 1785 
Saley Beiry was Born Febernary the 8th 1787 
Joseph Jenness Berry was Born May the 17, 1789 
Hannah Lock Berry Daughter of Levi Berry and Sary his 

wife was Born June the 19, 1791 
Olley Berry Daughter of Levi Berry and Sarah Berry his 

wife was Born June the 24th 1793 
The ages of the Children of Samuel Libbey and Mehitable 

his wife are as follows viz. 
Aaron Seavey Libbey was born August 10 th 1781. 
Samuel Libbey was born March the 14, 1783. 
Sarah Libbey was born May the 15, 1785. 
William Seavey Libbey was born Feb ry 26, 1787. 
Nancy Griffith Libbey was born July 13, 1789. 
Mehitable Libbey was born February 1, 1795. 
Daniel Rand Libbey was born Feb y 28, 1800. 
John Tuck Rand Son of thomas Rand and Mary his wife 

was Born July the 7 th Day 1791 
Mary Jones Wallis Rand was Born March the 12th 1793 
Samuel Rand Son of Thomas Rand and Mary his wife was 

born February the 16 th 1796. 
Hannah Seavey the daughter of Joshua Seavey and Betty 

his wife was born May the 16 th 1812 
Betsy Seavey the daughter of Joshua Seavey and Betty his 

wife was born July 31, 1797 
Sally Seavey the daughter of Joshua Seavey and Betsy his 

wife was born November 2 d 1798 
Oily Seavey the daughter of Joshua Seavey and Betty his 

wife was born May 15th 1800 
Wintrup Seavey son of Joshua Seavey and Betsy his wife 

was born January the 26th 1802 
Mary Moses Seavey daughter of Joshua Seavey and Betsy 

his wife was born Sept. 24 tb 1803. 
Nathaniel Seavey was born Jan ry 29 th 1805. 
Josis Seavey was born August the 11 th 1810. 

(R. T. R., 1 : 269.) 
Richard Rand son of Nathanel Rand and Mary his wife was 

Born March the 18 Day 1758 
Samuel Rand was born January the 28 Day 1760 
Oley Rand was Born April the 5, 1762 
Mary Rand Daughter of Nathanel Rand and Mary his wife 

was Born March 21, 1764 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AM) DEATHS. 137 

Nathanel Rand son of Nathanel Rand was Born September 8, 

1766 
Susanah Band Daughter of Nathanel Rand Born August the 

31 Day 1768 
Mehitabel Rand Daughter of Nathaniel Rand and Mary his 

wife was Born December the 10th 1770 
Saley Rand Daughter of Nathanel Rand Born December the 

25, 1772 
Ruth Rand Born August the 1 Day 1776 
Samuel Rand the 2 Born January the 11th 1780 
Sarah Rand Born July the 31, 1774 
Apphiah Rand Daughter of Nathaniel Rand and Mary his 

wife was Born Feberuary the 5, 1784 
Jose Goss son of Jose Goss Decest and Hannah Berry was 

Born June the 24, 1795 
Elizabeth Sanders Waldon the Daughter of Jonathan Belcher 

Waldon and Elizabeth his wife was born December the 

16 th 1790 
Polly Westbrook Waldron the Daughter of Jonathan B. 

Waldron and Elizabeth his wife was born August the 17 tu 

1792 
Robert Sanders Waldron the Son of Jonathan B. Waldron 

and Elizabeth his wife was born June the 9 th 1794 
Joshua Foss Waldron the Son of Jonathan B. Waldron and 

Elizabeth his wife was born December the 11 th 1796 
Richard Harvey Waldron the Son of Jonathan B. Waldron 

and Elizabeth his Wife was born September the 30 th 1798 

(R. T. R., 1 : 270.) 
Love Berry the 1 st Wife of William Berry Departed this 

Life January the 17 th 1795. 
William Berry and Elizabeth Wendell Joined in Marriage 

March the 6 th 1796. 
Ozein Dowst of Deerfield and Martha Webster Joined in 

Marriage Nov r the 3 d 1796. 
Levi Lock and Hannah Prescot of Hampton-falls Joined in 

Marriage August the 31 st 1796. 
Jonathan Edmonds and Molly Berry joined in marriage by 

the Rev d Samuel Haven of Portsmouth December the 21 st 

1799 
The ages of the Children of Richard Webster and Elizabeth 

his wife are as follows 
Betsy Webster was born March the 3 d 1779. 
Abigail Webster was born August the 24, 1780. 



188 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Martha Webster was born November the 25, 1781. 

Sarah Webster was born July the 12, 1783. 

Hannah Webster was born December the 16, 1784. 

Oily R. Webster was born November the 19, 1786. 

Richard Webster was born October the 6, 1788. 

Mark R. Webster was born April the 20, 1791. 

Oily R. Webster deceast August the 15, 1802. 

Samuel Huntington Porter son of the Rev d Huntington Por- 
ter and Susannah his wife born July 11 th 1787. 

Nathaniel Sargeant Porter son of the Rev d Huntington Por- 
ter and Susannah his wife born May 29 th , 1789. 

John Porter son of the Rev d Huntington Porter and Susan- 
nah his wife born Sept r 29, 1791. 

Caroline Porter Daughter of the Rev' 1 Huntington Porter and 
Susannah his wife born October 23 d 1793. 

Maria Porter daughter of the Rev a Huntington Porter and 
Sally his wife, born Feb r * 12, 1798. 

(R. T. R., 1 : 271.) 

Deacon William Lock decesed January the 22 day 1768 In 
the ninty first year of his age 

The widow hannah Lock wife of Deacon William Lock de- 
cesed September the 12th day, 1769, in the ninty second 
year of her age 

Cap. Joseph Lock Decesed March — 1768 

Pachence Lock Decesed May the 11th day 1755 In the 
forty fifth year of her age 

Hannah Berry wife of Jeremiah Berry Decesed July the first 
Day on the Lords day 1770 in the forty seventh year of 
her age 

Sarah Berry Decesed the wife of William Berry Janeuary 3, 
1776 in the eighty eight year of her age 

Mr. William Berry Departed this Life October the 8 Day 
1786 in the ninte third year of his Age Lacked Eight 
Days of ninty three .... 

Hannah Berry Daughter of Jeremiah Berry and Elener Ber- 
ry his wife was born August y e 21 l 1773 

Lydia Berry Daughter of Jeremiah Berry and Elener Berry 
his wife was born November y e 27, 1776 

Samuel Brackett Berry Son of William Berry and Lovey 
Berry his wife, was born April y e 14th 1777 

Hannah Berry Daughter of William Berry and Lovey his 
wife was Born March y e 25, 1781 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 139 

Jeremiah Berry Son of William Berry and Love his wife was 

Born December the 16th 1783 
Elly Berry Daughter William Berry and Lovey his wife was 

Born Apriel the 25th Day 1786 
Lovey Berry Daughter of William Berry and Lovey Berry 

his wife was Born May the 17th 1788 
William Berry son of William Berry and Love his wife was 

Born November the 10th Day 1790 
Patey Berry Daughter of William Berry and Love his wife 
was Born July the 21 Day 1792 

(R. T. R., 1:272.) 
State of New Hampshire, Rockingham ss 
This may certify to whom it may concern, Greeting. 
That the following Genealogy of the Ancestors or in Sub- 
stance as followeth hath been talked and told unto us by 
our forefathers; the truth to which we attest to Viz 
l ly . We say that Jonathan Palmer deceased was the son 

and lawful heir to Christopher and Elizabeth Palmer. 
2 ly . Christopher Palmer's wife Elizabeth was daughter and 

lawful heiress to William and Judith Berry. 
3 ly . That William Berry's Wife Judith was the daughter 
and lawful heiress to the Locke and his wife who came 
from England, said Lock's wife's name before marriage 
was Hemins and she brought with her into New England 
a coat of arms so called which refereth to John Hemins. 
Willam Berry's wife Judith was the daughter and lawful 
heiress to Nathaniel Locke and his wife whose name pre- 
vious to marriage was Hemins. 

Rye May the 10 th 1810 

Jonathan Locke 
David Locke 
Rockingham ss. Rye the 10 of May 1810 
Then the above named Jonathan Locke and David Locke 
personally appeared and made oath to the above before 
me 

J. W. Parsons Justice Peace 
(R. T. R., 1 : 306.) 
Joseph Parsons Tucker son of Joseph and Elizabeth his wife 

was born September 30 tu 1797 and died in 1834 
John Tucker son Joseph and Elizabeth his wife was born 

January the 11 th 1799 
Elizabeth Hall Tucker daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth 
Tucker was born Nov 1 13 th 1802 



140 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Betsy Reid daughter of John G. Reid of Portsmouth was 

born January the 1 st 1788. 
Joseph Tucker and Betsy Reid joined in Marriage by Rev d 

M r Porter Jan r > 29 th 1806 
George Waldon son of Jonathan B. Waldon and Elizabeth 

his wife was born Feb ry 21 st 1802. 
Samuel Alin son of Elizabeth Alin was born October the 

17 th 1796. 

John W. Tucker son of Joseph Tucker and Betsy his wife 

was born June 11"' 1808. 
James Tucker son of Joseph Tucker and Betsey bis wife 

was born August 17 th 1810. 
Betsy Brown Philbrick daughter of Jonathan Philbrick and 

Sarah his wife was born February 7 th 1796. 
Joseph Philbrick son of Jonathan Philbrick and Sarah his 

wife was born November 12 th 1797. 
Sally Philbrick daughter of Jonathan Philbrick and Sarah 

his wife was born April the 7 th 1800. 
Jonathan Philbrick son of Jonathan Philbrick and Sarah his 

wife was born May 5 th 1802. 
Daniel Philbrick son of Jonathan Philbrick and Sarah his 

wife was born June 10 th 1805. 
Ira Philbrick son of Jonathan Philbrick and Sarah his wife 

was born September 24 th 1807. 
Newell Philbrick son of Jonathan Philbrick and Sarah his 

wife was born January the 28 th 1810. 
Sheridan Philbrick was born May the 20 th 1813. 
John Walback Philbrick son of Joses Philbrick and Susan- 
nah his wife was born August 22 (l 1808 
Betsy Downs daughter Samuel Downs and Betsy his wife 

was born October the 13 th 1818 
Anna Thomas Downs daughter of Samuel Downs and Betsy 

his wife was born June the 25 th 1822. 

(R. T. R., I : 326.) 
Mehitable Seavey daughter of Paid Seavey and Sarah his 

wife was born Feb y 19 th 1775. 
Peter Garland Jun r deceast July the 24, 1804. 
William Garland son of Peter Garland and Mehitable his 

wife was born Sep* 9 th 1795 
Sally Garland daughter of Peter Garland and Mehitable his 

wife was born March 24 th 1798. 
Mary Leavitt Garland daughter of Peter Garland and Mehit- 
able his wife was born Decem r 12 th 1799. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 141 

Moses Leavitt Garland son of Peter Garland and Mehitable 

his wife was born March 21 st 1801. 
Children of Joseph Locke J r and Abigail his [wife], names 

and ages are as follows 
Hannah W. Locke was born February 7 th 1795 
Abigail T Locke was born February 8 th 1797 
Sarah An Locke was bom Aprill 1 st 1799 
Patty Locke was born May 14 th 1801 
Lucretia Locke was born June 8 th 1803 
Joseph Locke was born Nov. 30 th 1806 
Mary Locke was born Sept 25 th 1809 
Jonathan Locke was born August 17 th 1812 
William Locke was born August 17, 1812 and died Jan. 

1816 
James W. Locke was born October — 1818 

(R. T. R., 1:327.) 
John Samuel Jenness Brown son of John Brown and Com- 
fort his wife was born May the 10 th 1798. 
Benjamin W. Marden son of Samuel Harden and Nancy his 

wife was born July the 27 th 1800 
Betsy Goss Daughter of Elizabeth Goss was born Aprill 7 th 

1794 
William Sanders the son of William Sanders and Sarah his 

wife was born November 7 th 1783 
Betsy Sanders the daughter of William Sanders and Sarah 

his wife was born September 15 th 1785 
John Sanders the son of William Sanders and Sarah his 

wife born March 2' 1 1789 
Joseph and Joses Verril the sons of Joseph Verril and Sarah 

his wife was born December 8 th 1794 
Joseph Verril the son of Joseph Verril and Sarah his wife 

was born June 21 st 1796 
Sally Verril the daughter of Joseph Verril and Sarah his 

wife was born April 18 th 1799 
Phena Philbrick Verril the daughter of Joseph Verril and 

Sarah his wife was born March 23 d 1801 
Abigail Lock Verril the daughter of Joseph Verril and Sarah 

his wife was born August 25 th 1803 

(R. T. R., 1:328.) 
Henry- Elkins son of Samuel Elkins and Olive his wife was 

born April 23 d 1775. 
James Elkins son of Samuel Elkins and Olive his wife was 

born May 3 d 1777. 



142 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Samuel Elkins son of Samuel Elkins and Olive his wife was 

bom May 14 th 1779 
Mary Elkins daughter of Samuel Elkins and Olive his wife 

was born June 25 th 1781. 
Olive Elkins daughter of Samuel Elkins and Olive his wife 

was born October 3 d 1783. 
Abigail Elkins daughter of Samuel Elkins and Olive his 

wife was born April 18 th 1786. 
William Elkins son of Samuel Elkins and Olive his wife was 

born December 21 st 1788. 
Elizabeth W. Randall the daughter of Levi D. Randall and 

Abigail his wife was born Aug 15 th 1809 
Mary Randall the daughter of Levi Randall and Abigail his 

wife was born Dec r 18 th 1810 
Reuben Randall son of Levi Randall and Abigail his wife 

was born December the 7 th 1812 
Michael D. Goss the son of Betsy Goss was born March the 

20 th 1777 
Tobias T. Goss the son of M. D. Goss and Sally his wife was 

born February the 26 tu 1801 
James Goss was born March the 28 th 1805 and dyed August 

the 27 th 1806 
James M. Goss was born September the 5 th 1809 

(R. T. R., I: 329.) 
The children of Richard Green and Mary his wife are as fol- 
lows viz. 
Richard Green was born March the 13, 1779. 
John Green was born April the 2 d 1784. 
Ephraim Green was born June the 2 d 1786. 
Thomas Green was born May the 15 th 1788. 
Polly Green was born August 5 th 1791. 
Dorcas M. Green was born November 19 th 1793. 
Charles Green was born Maich the 3 fl 1795. 
Joseph Green was born August the 5 th 1798. 
Samuel Marden Green was born May 31 8t 1799. 
Richard Caswell son of Samuel Caswell and Polly his wife 

was born December 5 th 1808 
.John Caswell son of Samuel Caswell and Polly his wife was 

born July the 15 th 1811. 
Mary E. Caswell daughter of Samuel Caswell and Polly his 

wife was born December 3 d 1813. 
Samuel Caswell son of Samuel Caswell and Polly his wife 

was born Januarv the 4 th 1815. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 143 

William Caswell son of William Caswell and Polly his wife 

was born November 14 th 1819. 
Mary Caswell daughter of William Caswell and Polly his 

wife was born February 5 th 1822. 
Thomas L. Green son of Dorcas Green was born April the 

9 th 1811. 
Joseph Caswell son Michael Caswell and Dorcas his wife 

was bom March 2 d 1817. 
Charles Green Caswell son of Michael Caswell and Dorcas 

his wife was born October 5 th 1819. 
Asa Caswell son of Michael Caswell and Dorcas his wife was 

born November 21 st 1821. 
Samuel Washington Downs son of Samuel Downs and Betsy 

his wife was born November the 30 th 1823. 

(R. T. R., I : 330.) 
Anna Brown Maiden daughter of Reuben Marden and Han- 
nah his wife was born June 25 th 1810 
Nathaniel Marden son of Reuben Marden and Hannah his 

wife was born February 20, 1817 
Hannah Marden the Wife of Reuben Marden died January 
25* 1822 aged 40 years. 

The Children of Joseph Rand and Oily his wife are as follows 
viz 

Joseph Rand was born January the 21 st 179b' 
Samuel H. Rand was born April 28 tu 1803 
Elizabeth Rand was born November 14 th 1804 
Nathaniel M. Rand was bom September 16 th 1806 
Mary Rand was bom January 29 th 1808 
Susan Rand was born July the 28 th 1809 
Levi Rand was born April 23 th 1811 
Ira Rand was born September 28 Ul 1814 

The ages of the Children of Richard Jenness Jun r and Betsey 

his wife are as follows viz. 
Lowell Jenness was born March the 11 th 1813. 
Langdon S. Jenness was born November the 24 th 1815. 
Oliver Jenness was born March the 30 th 1818. 
Elizabeth H. Jenness was born July the 6 th 1820. 
Rufus K. Jenness was born October the 27 th 1822. 
Richard Jenness was born July 13th 1825. 
The ages of the Children of Theodore Seavey and Betsey his 

wife are as follows Viz. 

William Garland Seavey was born April 24 Ul 1821. 



144 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF RYE. 

Sophrona Seavey was born January the 6 th 1823. 

Oliver Seavey was born 

Samuel Seavey was born 

Charles Seavey was born 

Eliza Jane Seavey was born died 1850 

Betsy Seavey his wife died in 1835 

(R. T. R., I: 331.) 

Nathaniel Berry son of SamuelBerry and Molly his wife was 

born August the 7 th 1775 
Esther Hall daughter of Joseph Hall and Mary his wife was 

born September the 18 m 1781 
Molly Berry daughter of Nathaniel Berry and Betsey his 

wife was born February 16, 1798 
Elizabeth M. Berry daughter of Nathaniel Berry and Betsey 

his wife was born January the 9 th 1800 
Sally Berry daughter of Nathaniel Berry and Betsey his 

wife was born March the 30 tu 1802 
The children of Nathaniel Berry and Esther his wife are as 

follows viz 

Samuel Berry was born August the 10 th 1804 

Samuel F. Berry was born March the 10 th 1806 

Nathaniel F. Berry was born June the 8 th 1807 

Betsey M. Berry was born October the 4 th 1809 

Joseph H. Berry was born April the 13 th 1811 

Abigail M. Berry was born November 18 th 1814 

Martha M. Berry was born May the 7 th 1816 

Clarissa L. Berry was born September 14 tb 1819 

Jotham S. Berry was born December 22 d 1821 

John Wilkes Parsons Berry was born November 22, 1823 

Samuel B. Shapley son of Samuel Shapley and Rachel his 

wife was born October 24 tu 1821 
Nathaniel Berry died in 1834 
Dorcas P. Shapley daughter of Henry Shapley and Molly his 

wife was born November 17 th 1792 

The ages of the Children of Benjamin Foss and Dorcas his 

wife are as follows viz 
William Foss was born July the 20 th 1814. 
Joshua Foss was born September the 7, 1816. 
Sally Foss was born May the 13 th 1818. 
Mary Foss was born December the 5 th 1819. 
Jael Foss was born December the 7 th 1821. 

(R. T. R., 1 : 32.) 




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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. I. Dover, N. H., April, 1904. No. 4. 

NEW JERSEY'S INDEBTEDNESS TO 
NEW. HAMPSHIRE. 



By O. B. Leonard, Plainfield, N. J. 



In the fall of 1666 a half dozen families of brave men and 
women living on the banks of the Piscataqua river in New 
Hampshire, moved to the rich farming lands on the Raritan 
river in New Jersey. They emigrated at the solicitations, of 
friends from Newbury, Mass., who had just settled at Wood- 
bridge, an adjoining township in New Jersey, during the 
summer of the same year. In fact these New Hampshire 
pioneers bought their Jersey property of these Massachusetts 
friends. The newly appointed Governor of New Jersey, 
Philip Carteret, had agreed to a settlement which was to 
comprise one or two plantations provided sixty or more 
families were located thereon within three years. To facil- 
itate the speedy planting of the province, the Governor had 
early dispatched agents into New England to publish the 
unsurpassed privileges to be guaranteed all settlers in East 
Jersey. His laws afforded generous terms to new coiners in 
the way of land grants and allowed perfect freedom of 
conscience in religious beliefs, while at the same time there 
was thrown around the pioneer every desirable safeguard for 
his personal liberty. One of the specially attractive conces- 
sions was the following: "no person shall be any ways 
molested, punished, disquited or called in question for any 
difference in opinion or practice in matters of religious con- 
cernment, but all such persons may freely and fully have 
and enjoy conscience in matters of religion throughout the 
Province.'" 

These inducements and promises made by the Jersey 



146 new Jersey's indebtedness to new Hampshire. 

Governor's messengers, had a persuasive influence among the 
discontented Puritans and others of New England and the 
dissatisfied colonics of Englishmen among the Dutch on 
Long Island. Under these encouraging circumstances a few 
of the New Hampshire planters settled a township on the 
Raritan river which they at once called New Piscataqua, 
after the name of the district they came from. This terri- 
tory embraced about 40,000 acres and deed for it was dated 
Dec. 18, 1660, made in the names of John Martin, Hopewell 
Hull, Charles Gilman and Hugh Dunn. In company with 
these, there were very shortly thereafter, in the same Jersey 
settlement, families of Drake, Langstaff, Greenland, Giles, 
Wooden and others. 

All these settlers in New Jersey emigrated from New 
Hampshire. As their number increased in New Piscataqua 
on the Raritan, they pushed inland for better farming accom- 
modations. Wherever a nucleus located they affixed 
familiar names of New Hampshire towns to their little ham- 
lets. To this day in this same New Jersey township referred 
to are the small villages of New Dover, NeAv Durham, New 
Market, all in the original New Piscataqua township, Middle- 
sex County. 

Previous to the settlement of this colony in New Jersey 
they with other pioneers had experienced some rough treat- 
ment in their New England home, under the early govern- 
ment first of the Plymouth Company and afterwards of the 
London Corporation. The original settlers of Dover and 
vicinity 1623-30 were high church Episcopalians. Those 
who settled in that region ten years subsequently were Puri- 
tan dissenters from the Church of England. At once relig- 
ious contentions arose and civil usurpations characterized 
the dominant party. This caused an unsettled state of af- 
fairs and inclined many persons to leave the province. 

About 1640-41 some of the more devout people in New 
Hampshire and others near by, disheartened and discouraged 
with the intolerance in religious matters and uncertainity in 
civil affairs, emigrated to the western end of Long Island. 
It was no exception to the general conditions of society 
throughout the larger part of New England at this time, that 
turbulent strifes existed in the Piscataqua region. Magis- 
trates and Ministers kept the early New England colonists in 
turmoil. The people were clearly divided into three classes 
the commonalty, the gentry and the clergy. 



NEW JERSEY'S INDEBTEDNESS TO NEW HAMPSHIRE. 147 

The first class comprised by far the greatest number of 
settlers with varying views on State and Church. The gen- 
try monopolized the chief secular offices and managed to 
avoid all censure from the local courts. The clergy possessed 
a controlling influence hi politics as well as religious affairs. 
They held the masses in their grasp and shrank from no 
movement to guard the interests of the established church 
order. They were the educated class of the community and 
became an absolute oligarchy, venerated and obeyed by most 
of the commonalty and others. 

In every other section of New England except New Hamp- 
shire, none but church members were admitted to full citizen- 
ship. If not united with the established church, settlers 
were without political rights. The meeting house was the 
place of religious worship and the place for public business 
of the town. 

The few non-conformist preachers and their limited num- 
ber of followers found it impossible to live in peace and 
prosperity against the corruptions and oppression of the 
leaders of the Church of England. Among the dissenters 
from Episcopacy and from stern Puritanism were the pat- 
entees of New Piscataqua in New Jersey. Most of these 
original settlers on the Raritan had been under the religious 
influence of instruction tending to Baptists doctrines. Han- 
serd Knollys at Dover planted such spiritual seed as early as 
1638-41 which sprang up in sympathy with the denomina- 
tion that had Roger Williams for its first founder in America. 

In confirmation of the statement that these pioneers of 
Piscataway, N. J., were imbued with Baptist principles, re- 
ference is hereby made to the report of Rev. David Hum- 
phreys on the work of the missionaries of the Church of 
England while proselyting in New Jersey and other Amer- 
ican colonies 1702-28. "Several of the inhabitants in Pis- 
cataway are infected with the errors of the Anabaptists and 
Sabbatarians." In another place it was written to the parent 
society in England that, "the Anabaptists swarm in these 
parts and hold their meetings in the Town house." Morgan 
Edwards a reliable historian of the Colonial Baptists has said 
"were we to judge of the religion of these settlers by the list 
of members in the two Baptist churches of Piscataqua, N. J., 
we should conclude they were of that denomination, for most 
of the names are to be found in these lists." 

It is clearly evident to the careful student of history that 



148 new Jersey's indebtedness to new Hampshire. 

the restrictions on the exercise of free conscience of those 
religiously inclined, hud induced a large number of the New 
Englanders to settle in New Jersey. This was true not only 
with people imbued with Baptist doctrines, but also with 
those who were zealous adherents of the recently founded 
sect of Quakers. In fact subsequent to 1682, at which date 
East Jersey was purchased at auction in London, by William 
Penn and other Friends, the whole colony was under Quaker 
government for a while. 

New Piscataqua or Piscataway as it was afterward called 
was from the first a planation of pious people, determined 
on enjoying the liberty of the Gospel and the exercise of 
individual freedom in secular affairs. 

Among the first permanent settlers from New Hampshire 
to New Jersey, as noted in the deed of sale of New Piscat- 
aqua on the Raritan, was Hugh Dunn. A brief genealogical 
sketch of his descendants will be given in the following 
pages. 

As a foreword relating to this patronymic it may be said 
that an early mention of the Dunn name in America, known 
to the writer was in 1647. The reference is to Thomas 
Dunn of Weymouth who went to Rehoboth and New Haven 
1648 and died 1661 at Fairfield, Conn. In 1655 mention is 
made of Richard Dunn of Newport. February 5, 1667, 
Ephraim Done married Mercy Knowles. In 1675 William 
Dunn was one of the first purchasers of land at Taunton. 
There was a John Done made a freeman at Plymouth, Mass., 
1632-33, and made later a member of the Council and 
shortly thereafter chosen a deacon of the Pilgrim Church at 
that place. A John Dunn was a passenger on the vessel 
"Bonaventure" in 1633-34. 

Whether any of these had family relationships to the pro- 
genitor of the Dunn line in Piscataway of East Jersey the 
compiler cannot say. The name has been spelled various 
ways, Dun, Done, Donn, Dunne, Dunn. The last form be- 
came the accepted orthography. 

The first definite trace of Hugh Dunn, the subject of this 
genealogical sketch, is met among the landowners of New 
Hampshire as early as 1663. In that year Hugh Dunn Avas 
received a freeman in Dover and had a 10 acre grant for a 
house lot located for him below Lamprey River lower falls 
July 18, 1664. He also received a grant of 20 acres up the 
river at "Sandey Bank" a short distance above the falls. The 



NEW JERSEY'S INDEBTEDNESS TO NEW HAMPSHIRE. 149 

former was in present New Market township and the latter 
in the town of Durham. 

On account of the disquietude in property holdings and 
unsettled land titles, Hugh Dunn disposed of his real estate 
in the Piscataqua region of New Hampshire and transferred 
his citizenship to New Jersey 1666-1670. Aside from his in- 
terest as one of the original patentees in 1666 of the large 
township of New Piscataway in East Jersey, Hugh Dunn 
became owner 1670-72 of 92 acres in adjoining township of 
Woodbridge. His permanent home he made in Piscataway 
and here in 1678 he had a patent for 138 acres of land and 
the following year took title for additional real estate. 

Among the first public notices of his name are the cattle 
marks recorded for him in the Old Town Book 1686. 
About the same date his name is found with five other men 
as forming the constituency of the Piscataway Baptist 
church. His active associates in this religious movement 
were Edmund Dunham, John Drake, John Smalley, Nicholas 
Bonham and John Fitz Randolph, all New England acquain- 
tances. From the first Mr. Dunn, Mr. Drake and Mr. Dun- 
ham acted as exhorters or lay preachers, encouraging the 
early settlers in a life of consistent christain living. Hugh 
Dunn lived for several years after the public organization of 
the Baptist Church. He saw this religious society well es- 
tablished under the first official pastorate of John Drake his 
brother-in-law. He died November 16, 1694, his last Will 
and Testament being dated October 7, 1691 and probated 
December 10, 1694. This early document is on hie in the 
Prerogative Court at Trenton, N. J. 

The following is a genealogical outline of Hugh Dunn's 

O o O 

decendants. 

Hugh Dunn married in 1670-1 at Piscataway, N. J., 
Elizabeth Drake, a sister of Rev. John Drake and daughter 
of Francis and Mary Drake who formerly was a resident of 
Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 

His children were nine in number: 

1. Mary, born Jan. 19, 1671/2; married 1690, Hezekiah 
Bonham. Their children were: 

i. Mary Bonham, b. Oct. 4, 1691. 
ii. Samuel Bonham, b. Feb. G, 109-]. 
iii. Hannah, b. March 4, 1695. 
iv. Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1G98. 
And perhaps others. 

2. Francis, born March 5, 1673/4, died young. 



150 new jeksey's indebtedness to new Hampshire. 

3. Elizabeth, born March 19, 1675/6; married July 
20, 1692, John Rimyon. Their children were: 

i. Martha Runyon, b. July 30, 1693. 
ii. Samuel Runyon, b. Feb. 14, 1699. 
iii. Vincent Runyon, b. April 4, 1702. 
iv. Benjamin Runyon, b. June 16, 1704. 

v. Anna Runyon, b. June 21, 1706. 

4. Hugh, born Nov. 18, 1678: married August 9, 1697, 
Elizabeth Martin (daughter of John and Dorothy.) Their 
children were: 

i. Hugh Dunn, b. September 20, 169S, died young. 

ii. Hugh Dunn, b. January 1, 1699. 
iii. Anne Dunn, b. March 28, 1704. 
iv. Elizabeth Dunn, b. July 8, 1707. 

v. Martha Dunn, b. July 8, 1709. 
vi. Jeremiah Dunn, b. December 10, 1712. 
vii. Zacharias Dunn, b. October 6, 1715. 
viii. Benjamin Dunn, b. January 11, 1716. 
ix. Phineas Dunn, b. April 1, 1719. 

x. Ruth Dunn, b. May 29, 1721. 
xi. Rebecca Dunn, b. July 27, 1723. 

5. Martha, born July 13, 1681. 

6. Samuel, born March 22, 1683; married 1704, Es- 
ther . Their children were: 

i. Samuel Dunn, b. April 17, 1705. 

ii. Jonathan Dunn, b. March 17, 1708. 

iii. John Dunn, b. February 12, 1710. 

iv. Francis Dunn, b. August 22, 1712. 

v. Mary Dunn, b. June 16, 1714. 

vi. Micajah Dunn, b. September 12, 1716. 

vii. Mary Dunn, b. July 21, 1719. 

viii. Esther Dunn, b. December 5, 1722. 

7. Jonathan, born June 3, 1688, died young. 

8. Joseph, born January 20, 1689; married 1711 Han- 
nah . Their children were: 

i. Jambs Dunn, b. September 3, 1712. 

ii. Martha Dunn, b. August 23, 1714. 
iii. Hezekiah Dunn, b. Juue 21, 1716. 
iv. Rachel Dunn, b. July 18, 1718. 

v. Ben a j ah Dunn, b. .lune 13, 1720. 
vi. Joseph Dunn, b. July 29, 1722. 
vii. Benjamin Dunn 
viii. Elizabeth Dunn 
ix. Hannah Dunn 

9. Benjamin, born August 1, 1694; married August 14, 

1719, Sarah Johnston. Their children were: 

i. Esther Dunn, b. June 13, 1720. 

ii. Experience Dunn, b. June 13, 1722. 

iii. Nehemiah Dunn, b. April 4, 1723. 

iv. Lokiah Dunn, b. July 3, 1725. 

v. Benjamin Dunn, b. March 18, 1727. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from page 10G.] 

A Record of John Winkley's family. Clock-maker. 

John Winkley, son of John Winkley, of Kittery, was born 

February the 20, Anno Domini, 1767. 

Lydia Hight, whom he married, was born 

Their children were Born as follows, to wit. 
James Folsom Winkley, born July 4th, 1802. 
Mary Anne Folsom Winkley was Born September 29th 
A. D. 1804. 
Charlotte C. Winkley, born Sept. 11 th , 1807. 

Attest, Valentine Smith, Town Clerk. 

Ebenezer J. Smith, son of Valentine and Mary Smith, born 

October 28th, 1806. Died December 16th, 1806. 
Thomas Millet Smith, born June 2", 1810. 

(D. T. R., I : 188.) 
A Record of John Griffin's family. 
John Griffin, of Cape Ann, in the State of Massachusetts 

Bay, Born July 25th, 1740. 
Hannah Gerrish, of Berwick, in said State of Massachusetts, 

Born June 20th, 1746. Were Married in May 18th, 

1767. 

Their Children born as follows, viz. 
Adoniram Griffin, born in Durham, in the State of N. H., 

March 28th, 1768. 
Nancy Griffin Born Nov r 5, 1769. 

Hannah Griffin, Sept. 18, 1771, deceased 

William Griffin, Born Oct 1 13, 1772, deceas' 1 

William Griffin Born Ap 1 6, 1774. 
Winburn Griffin, Oct. 13, 1776. 
Mary Griffin born Sept. 23, 1780. 
John Griffin Born June 17th, 1782. 

(D. T. R., I: 189.) 
A Record of Samuel Joy's Family. 
Samuel Joy Born November 4th, 1738. 



152 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OE DURHAM. 

Hannah Meder Born June 22nd, 1746. Married January 

15th, 1767. Their Children born as follows, to wit: 
Samuel Joy Bom December 15th, 1767. Died December 

18th 

Jacob Joy Born December 15 and died — 

Samuel Joy Born February 18 th , 1769. 

Sally Joy Born November 10th, 1771 

Susanna Joy Born September 5, 1774 

Elizabeth Joy Born July 3rd, 1777. Died November 10, 

1779. 
Polly Joy Born October 10th, 1780. 
Jacob Joy Born September 13, 1783. Died November 27, 

1783. " 
Ebenezer Joy Born May 30, 1785 
Timothy M. Joy Born July 16th, 1789. Died December 

I8th, 1813. 
Alfred Joy, son of Timothy M. and Mary Joy, Born Sep- 
tember 5th, 1808. 

(D. T. R., I: 190.) 
Elizabeth Yeaton, Daughter of John Yeaton and Lydia his 

wife Born August 30 th 1812. 
Mark William Walker, son of Major Seth S. and Sarah 

Walker, was born at Durham January the 12th, 1815. 
Samuel Durgin, son of James Durgin, Jun r , and Margaret 

his wife, Born January 14th, 1811. 
John F. Durgin, his second son, Born Apr. 7, 1812. 
John Emerson Thompson, son of John Thompson and Sarah 

his wife, Born September 25th, 1815. 
Mary Smith Joy, daughter of Timothy M. Joy and Mary his 

wife, born January 22, 1811. 
Ebenezer Joy, son of Timothy M. Joy and Mary Joy, born 

November the 30th, 1812. ' 
Abigail Joy Thompson, daughter of John Thompson and 

Sarah Thompson, Born December the 5th, 1816. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 191.) 
Hardison Lapish, son of Robert Lapish and Temperance 

Lapish his wife, was Born at Durham, July 21st, 1788. 
Samuel T. Emerson Born at Lee Jan y 12 th , 1770. 
Sarah Field born at Merrimac, Nov. 24th, 1778. Were 

married at Merrimac, by the Rev. Jacob Burnap, August 

16th, 1798. 

Their Children born as follows, viz. 
Joshua F. Emerson born at Durham, July 28, 1799. 



BIETHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 153 

Mary Emerson born at Durham Jan y 11, 1801. 

Samuel T. Emerson born at Durham June 10, 1802. 

Timothy Emerson born at Durham Dec r 23d, 1800. 

James Emerson born at Durham Nov. 21, 1809. 

Harriet Emerson born at Durham May 16, 1812. 

Susan Durgin, daughter of Joseph and Martha Durgin, was 

born Nov r the 21 st 1813. 
Caroline Walker, daughter of Maj r Seth S. and Sarah 
Walker, was born at Durham, December 9th, 1817. 

Attest, V. Smith, Town Clerk. 

(D. T. R., I: 192.) 
Record of True worthy Durgin's Family. 
Trueworthy Durgin, son of Trueworthy and Mary Durgin, 

was Born December the 1 st 1741. 
Joseph Durgin was born October 21st, 1743. 
Ebenezer Durgin was born Nov' 7th, 174"). 
Samuel Durgin was born Nov. 13th, 1747. 
Daniel Durgin was born January 20, 1749. 
James Durgin was born Feb 1 ' 23d, 1751. 
Zebu Ion Durgin was born July 19th, 1754. 

Record of William Oogan's Family. 
William Cogan, son of Stephen Cogan was Born December 

the 15th, 1773. 
Susan Durgin, daughter of Zebulon Durgin, was born April 

the 23d, 1783. Were married by Rev. John Osborne 

Oct r 15th, 1810. 

Then Children born as follows to wit. 
Mary Honorah Cogan was born Jan y 12th, 1812. 
Susan Cogan was born April the 3d. 1717. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 193.) 
Record of Zebulon Durgin's Family. 
Zebulon Durgin, son of Trueworthy Durgin, born in Dur- 
ham, July the 19th, 1754. 
Lettice Stillson, was born March 25th, 1762. Were married 

October the 7th, 1779 by the Rev. Joseph Haven of 

Rochester. 

Their children were born as follows, viz. 
Mary Durgin was born November 22nd 1781. 
Susanna Durgin was born April 23 d 1783. 
Lettice Durgin was born August 26th, 1786. 
Joseph Durgin was born September 3 d , 1789. 
Martha Durgin was born February 2d, 1792. 
Elizabeth Durgin was born December 7th, 1793. 



154 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Ezra Durgin was born August 9 th 1796. 

P^benezer Durgin was born Sept. 15th, 1799. 

Charles Durgin was born May 28th, 1801. 

James Hill, son of Widow Lydia Hill, Born January 29, 

1792. 
Samuel C. Drew, son of Elijah Drew, born in Durham, N. 
H., November 26, 1774. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 194.) 
Record of Thomas Chesley's Family. 
Thomas Chesley, son of Major Joseph Chesley was born at 

Durham, June 11th, 1769. 
Susanna Chesley, daughter of Lieut. Benjamin Chesley, 
born at Durham, June 9th, 1776. Were married at Dur- 
ham Jan y 11, 1797, by the Rev. Curtis Coe of Durham. 
Their Children born in Durham, to wit. 
Joseph Rendal Chesley born December 18 th , 1797. 
Benjamin Chesley 3d. born October 4, 1799. 
Clarissa Chesley born November 22nd 1801. 
Jeremiah Chesley born December 30, 1803. 
Ezra Chesley born February 14, 1806. 
Alfred Chesley born July 28, 1809. 
Sophia Chesley born August 1, 1812. 

Recorded agreably to the original. 

Durham April 9, 1818, Attest. 

V. Smith, T. Clerk. 
(D. T. R., 1 : 195.) 
Record of Daniel Mathes Family. 
Daniel Mathes, son of Valentine Mathes, Junior, was born at 

Durham, November the 27th, 1777. 
Abigail Coe, Daughter of the Rev. Curtis Coe, born at 
Durham, February the 29th, 1784. Were married by 
Rev. Curtis Coe, Jan* 26th, 1806. 
Abigail Coe Mathes, their daughter, born Nov 1 ' 27th, 1806. 
Mrs. Abigail Mathes, departed this life Jan y 11, 1807. 
Betsy Folsom, daughter of Capt. Asa Folsom was born at 

Lee June the 17th, A. D. 1782. 
Daniel Mathes and Betsy Folsom were married by the Rev. 

John Osborne of Lee, 1808. 

Their Children born as follows, viz. 
Jeremiah Mooney Mathes born June the 5th, 1809. 
Sally Folsom Mathes born July the 7th, 1811. 
Mary Ann Mathes born February 5, 1814. 
Thomas Boardman Mathes born June 23, 1816. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 155 

Susan Mathes born May the 31, 1818. 

John Burnham born 1747. 

William Appleby born April 26th, 1760. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 196.) 
Record of Ebenezer Doe's Family. 
Ebenezer Doe, son of Mr. Benjamin Doe, was born at Dur- 
ham December the 14th A. D. 1758, was married to Miss 
Hannah Chesley, daughter of Maj r Joseph Chesley, the 
27th day of April . 1788, who was born at Durham, 
December 28th, 1766. 

Their Children born as follows, viz. 
Joshua Doe was born February the 4th, 1789. 
Ebenezer Doe was born April the 28th, 1790, who departed 

this life May the 28th, 1790. 
Benjamin Doe was born June the 18th, 1791. 
Joseph Doe was born January the 5th, 1796. 
Hannah Doe was born April the 3rd, 1803, who died Sep- 
tember the 2nd, 1803. 
Hannah Doe, Consort of Ebenezer Doe departed this life 

December the 20th, 1808. 
Ebenezer Doe was married to Miss Susanna Joy, daughter 
of Deacon Samuel Joy, Jany 18, 1810, who was born at 
Durham, Sept. 5th, 1774. 
Hannah Doe, their daughter, born Nov r . 14th, 1810. 
Recorded by, V. Smith, Town Clerk. 

(D. T. R., I: 197.) 
Record of Andrew Emerson's Family. 
Andrew Emerson son of Col. Timothy Emerson was born at 

Durham February 10 th 1771. 
Betsey Emerson his wife was born April 12"' 1784. 
Timothy Emerson their son was born June 23 <l 1805. 
Andrew Emerson was born October 23 d 1810. 
Abigail Emerson was born April 27 th 1813. 
Nath 1 Emerson was born September 26 tn 1815. 
Mary Emerson was born December 10 th 1816. 
Recorded agreeable to the original 

Alfred Smith, Town Clerk. 
(D. T. R., I: 198.) 
Lucy Ann Lapish was born in Durham July ll tl1 , 1808. 
Samuel Jones was born August 23 <l 1805, son of John P. 

Jones. 
Jonathan Steele Jun r departed this life August Saturday 
eve 27 th 1819. 



156 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Mark William Walker born January 12 th 1815. 

John P. Jones was born May 9 th 1772. 

Nancy Jones his wife was born August 13 th 1769. 

George F. Smith departed this life September 9"\ 1820. 

Samuel Smith, son of Benjamin Smith Esq. Born at Durham 

March 7 th A. D. 1761. 
Comfort Pinder daughter of Jeremiah born Dec r 21, 1772. 
Hannah Pinder her mother born December 18, 1751. 
John Starbird was born February 7th, 1755. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 199.) 
Record of Hon. Valentine Smith's Family. 
William Ballard Smith son of Valentine and Elizabeth 

Smith Born January 31 st 1821 
Joshua Ballard Smith Born July 28th 1823. 
Mary Elizabeth Smith Born March 7th 1825. 

Recorded agreeably to the original. 

Attest, Moses Noble, Town Clerk. 
John Edward Smith, son of Valentine and Elizabeth Smith, 

born March 7th, 1827. 
Lydia Smith born December 15, 1828, died March 20, 1833. 
Enoch Holt and Lovey Langley was Married November 18th 

1811 
Daniel Holt was born Jany 31 8t 1812. 
Elizabeth Holt was born February 3 tl 1814. 
Elmira Holt was born May 27 th 1815 
Henry Holt was born Jany 7 Ul 1818 
Stephen Holt was born April 6 th 1820 

George W. G. Holt was born Sept. 4'" 1823 and Died 
September 11 th 1823 

Recorded agreeably to the original. 

Attest, Moses Noble, Town Clerk. 
Lydia Wiggin daughter of Capt. William Wiggin and Lydia 

his wife, born November 6th, 1811. 
Mary P. Wiggin, born June 1st, 1819. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 200.) 
Record of Thomas Jones' Family. 
Thomas Jones born Oct. 4 th 1775. 
Betsy Chesley his Wife born July 10'" 1784. 

Their children were Born as follows: 
Mary S. Jones Born May 16 th 1805. 
Comfort C. Jones Born February 18 th 1807. 
Elizabeth E. Jones Born February 20 th 1812. 
Susan M. Jones Born October 9 th 1814. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 157 

William J. Jones Born June 3 d , 1818. 
Alice Ann Jones Born June 19 th 1820. 
Lidia Smith Jones Born November 23 d 1822. 

Attest, Moses Noble, Town Clerk. 
Stephen Mitchell, Esq. born March 20th, 1780, died Feb. 

18th, 1833. 
Sally Mitchell, his wife born January 22d, 1788. 
Molly Monroe born January 4th, 1759, died August 5th, 

1812. 

Hannah Monroe born May 6, 1761. 

Lydia Wiggin daughter of Captain William Wiggin and 

Lydia his wife was born November 6th, 1811. 
Mary P. Wiggin was born June 1st, 1819. 
Eliza Quint, daughter of Samuel Quint born Nov r 28 th , 1821. 

(D. T. R., I : 201.) 
Record of Maf. Winthrop Smith's family. 
Winthrop Smith born Tuesday January 13, 1789. 
Eleanor Locke born, at Epsom, October 17, 1788, who were 
married June 11, 1820. 

Their children born as follows, to wit. 
Mary Joanna Smith born Monday March 26, 1821, at 2 

o'clock A. M. 
Daniel Smith born Monday January 27, 1823, at 2 o'clock 

A. M. 
Joseph Smith born Monday April 17, 1826, at 7 o'clock 
A. M. 

Recorded agreeably to the original 
Attest, Valentine Smith, Town Clerk. 

Hannah Smith, now Crummber, born 1757. 
Major Daniel Smith born October 17, 1760. 
Mary Smith, his wife, born August 26, 1755. 
Robert Kent born January 4th 1756. 
Richard Kent was born April 19th 1764. 
George Ffrost was born December 3d 1765. 
Elijah French born at Lee April 14th 1780. 
Eleazer Bennett born June 22d 1750. 

(D. T. R., I: 202.) 
Record of John Fowler's Family. 
John Fowler, son of Daniel Fowler born Oct 1 ' 1, 1788. 
Abigail Dame, Daughter of Joseph Dame born Feb 1 ' 22 d , 
1796. Married Feb r 15, 1817 by Rev. John Osborne. 
Their children born as follows, to wit. 



158 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

Mary Fowler Born June the 20th 1817, died November 17th, 

1818. 

Joseph and Mary Fowler born September 22 d , 1810. 

J aims Fowler born September 5th, 1822. 

Eliza Fowler born September 5th, 1824. 

Clarrisa Fowler born October 5th, 1826. 

John Fowler born April 20th, 1829. 

George Fowler Born December 30th, 1832. 

Recorded agreeably to the original, 
Attest, Valentine Smith, T. Clerk. 

Elizabeth Olivia Page, Daughter of the Rev. Robert Page 

and Olivia, his wife, born June 14th, 1829. 
Robert Whipple Parker, son of Capt. Robert Parker Born 

January 12, 1815. 
John Flagg Parker born Nov. 12, 1816. 
Adaline Rue Parker born Nov. 17, 1819. 

(D. T. R, 1 : 203.) 
Record of John Farnham's Family. 
John Farnham was born October 5th, 1792. 
Susan Giles was born at Lee July 12th, 1798. They were 

married July 10th, 1814. 
Mrs. Susan Farnham died January 28, 1816. 
Eliza Hilton was born in Lee June 10th 1798. 
John Farnham and Eliza Hilton were married September 
25th, 1817. 

Their children were born as follows: 
Susan G. Farnham was born June 8th, 1818. 
John II. Farnham was born January 21, 1820. 
Abigail D. Farnham was born Dec r 3, 1821. 
Eliza Ann Farnham was born Oct r 5, 1823. 
Delia Francis Farnham was born Sept. 9, 1825. 
Andrew Jackson Albert Farnham born Jany 10, 1828. 
Recorded agreeably to the original presented to me. 

Valentine Smith, Town Clerk. 
Laura Jane, Daughter of Alfred and Octavia Chesley Born 
at Durham June 9th, 1834. 

(D. T. R., I: 204.) 
Record of Major Ebenezer Smith's Family. 
Ebenezer Smith, Esqr. son of Deacon Ebenezer Smith Born 

at Durham the 13th day of March 1758. 
Mehitable Sheafe, daughter of Jacob Sheafe Born at Ports- 
mouth April the 12th day 1760. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AXD DEATHS. 159 

Ebenezer Smith and Mchitiible Sheafe were married May 5, 
1785. 

Ebenezer Smith, .Junior, second child of said Ebenezer and 
Mehitable was born on Monday October 22, 1787. Bap- 
tized by the Rev. Mr. Ogden of Portsmouth January lh, 
1788. * 

Hannah Richardson, second daughter of Capt. Joseph Rich- 
ardson was born at Durham the 28th day of August, 
1789. 

Ebenezer Smith, Jr. and Hannah Richardson were married 
October 12th, 1814 by the Rev. Joseph W. Clary, Minister 
of Dover. 

James Sheafe Smith was born February the 13th, 1816. 
Baptized by the Rev. F. Burt of Durham. 

Susan Richardson Smith, born November 3rd 1817. Bap- 
tised by the Rev. F. Burt. 

Henry Burt Smith was born August the 15th 1820. Baptized 
as above. 

Joseph Edwin Smith was born January 14th 1823. Bap- 
tized as above. 

Almira Smith was born July the 23rd 1825. Baptized as 
above. 

Louisa Sheafe Smith was born May 2nd 1828. Baptised by 
Rev. R. Page. 

Sarah Smith was born December 16th, 1830. Baptised by 
the Rev. Robert Page. 

Recorded March 2nd 1835, V. Smith, Town Clerk. 

Benjamin Mathes born June 17, 1764. 

Sally Mitchell, widow of S. Mitchell, born Jany. 22, 1788. 

(D. T. R.,I: 205.) 

Joseph Chesley, Tailor, Born July 4th, 1776. 

Mary Chesley, his wife, Born July 26th, 1777. Were mar- 
ried at Madbury June 13th 1798. 

Their children born as follows, viz. 

Harriet Chesley was born May 18th, 1799. 

John Chesley was born September 22d, 1801, died Feb. 20, 
1816. 

Curtis C. Chesley born March 7th 1804. 

Eliza Chesley born January 22d, 1807. 

Sarah Chesley born October 13th 1809, died March 19th, 
1830. 

Mary Chesley born March 20th, 1812. 

Jane Chesley born July 17th, 1814. 



160 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF DURHAM. 

John Chesley born December 11th, 1818. 

Recorded April 1836 by V. Smith, T. Clerk. 

(D. T. R., 1 : 200.) 
Joseph Smith, deceased, December y K 15, 1729, in the 89 

year of his age. 
Elizabeth Smith, deceased, May 25, 1727. 
Col. Samuel Smith the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Smith 

born June 16, 1687. 
Hannah Smith his wife born May 13, 1690 
Samuel Smith the son of Samuel Smith and Hannah Smith 

born March 22, 1711. 
Elizabeth Smith born April 29, 1712 
Mary Smith born August - 1714 
Hannah Smith born June 1, 1716 
Temperance Smith born September 16, 1718 
Sarah Smith born October 7, 1720 
Patience Smith born April 6, 1722 
Joseph Smith born March 12, 1721/5 
Benjamin Smith born April 24, 1726 
Jeremiah Smith born Feby. 11 1727/8 
John Smith born August 19, 1729 
Robert Smith born April 10, 1732 
Samuel Smith son of Samuel and Hannah Smith deceased 

the 3d of February 1741/2 
Hannah Smith y e wife of Samuel Smith deceased y e 14 day 
of July 1750. (D. T. R., I: 207.) 

Record of Hon. Ebenezer Smith's Family. 
Ebenezer Smith born at Durham March 13th 1758 
Mehitable Sheafe born at Portsmouth April 12, 1760 were 
married at Portsmouth May 5, 1785 by Rev. Mr. Ogden. 
Their children born as follows, viz. 
Jacob Sheafe Smith born April 28th 1786 
Ebenezer Smith Junior born October 22d, 1787 
Henry Smith born June 2d, 1789 
Alfred Smith born February 11, 1791 

Margaret Smith born October 12, 1792, died April 3d, 1796. 
Mehitable Smith born June 20, 1794. 
Charles Smith born November 19, 1795. 
Addison Smith born June 21, 1798, died August 31, 1800. 
Emily Smith born August 13, 1799 died September 2d 1800 
Charlotte Smith born October 3d, 1801 died May 16, 1803. 

Mary W. Smith born May 10, 1807 Recorded November 

10, 1836, by V.Smith, T. Clerk. (D. T. R., 1 : 208.) 



FRIENDS RECORDS, 
DOVER. K H.. MONTHLY MEETING. 



MARRIAGES. 

[Continued from page 128.] 

Abraham Peaslee, son of Elijah Peaslee, of Pittsfleld, in the 
county of Rockingham, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Esther his wife, and Phebe Jenkins, daughter of William 
Jenkins, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, and Ruth his wife, married in Lee, Feb- 
ruary 6, 1800. 

Joseph Varney, of Wolfborough, in the county of Strafford, 
in the state of New Hampshire, son of Moses Varney, of 
said Wolfborough, and Mary his wife, and Hannah Bas- 
sett, daughter of John and Ruth Bassett, of said Wolfbor- 
ough, married in Rochester, February 28, 1800. 

Samuel Purinton, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Elisha Purinton, 
late of Kittery, and Sarah his wife, and Susanna Varney, 
daughter of Thomas Varney, of Rochester, in the county 
of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Deborah 
his deceased wife, married in Rochester, February 28, 
1800. 

Edmund Gove, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Daniel Gove, of Seabrook, 
county of Rockingham, and state aforesaid, and Rebecca 
his wife, he deceased, and Lydia Cartland, daughter of 
Joseph Cartland, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, and 
Anna his wife, married in Lee, March 29, 1800. 

Jacob Sawyer, of Dover, son of Jacob Sawyer, of Dover 
aforesaid, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, deceased, and Sarah his wife, and Elizabeth 
Morrill, daughter of Peter Morrill, Jr., of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Hannah 
his wife, married in Berwick, May 1, 1800. 

Thomas Varney, son of Jonathan Varney, of Wells, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, deceased, 
and Elizabeth his wife, and Huldah Purinton, daughter of 



162 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Timothy Varney, of Berwick, in said county, and Abigail 
his wife, married in Berwick, May 29, 1800. 

Festus Varney, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Amos Varney, of 
Dover, in said county, and Mary his wife, and Hannah 
Varney, daughter of John Varney, late of Dover aforesaid, 
deceased, and Miriam his wife, married in Dover, October 
1, 1800. 

Joel Meader, of Starksborough, son of David Meader, of said 
Starksborough, in the county of Addison, and state of 
Vermont, and Sarah his wife, and Rebecca Austin, daugh- 
ter of Andrew Austin, of Berwick, in the county of York, 
and commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Mary his wife, 
deceased, married in Dover, February 26, 1801. 

Ephraim Morrill, son of Winthrop Morrill, of Berwick, in 
the county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and 
Susanna his wife, and Mary Page, daughter of Enoch 
Page, of said Berwick, deceased, and Ruth his wife, mar- 
ried in Berwick, July 2, 1801. 

Jonathan Cartland, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Joseph Cartland, of said 
Lee, and Anna his wife, and Elizabeth Austin, daughter 
of Moses Austin, late of Rochester, in said county, de- 
ceased, and Phebe his wife, married in Rochester, Septem- 
ber 17, 1801. 

Daniel Hanson, son of James Hanson, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Mary his 
wife, and Susanna Morrill, daughter of David Morrill, 
of said Berwick, and Sarah his wife, married in Berwick, 
November 5, 1801. 

Reuben Varney, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Nathan Varney, of said 
Dover, and Abigail his deceased wife, and Elizabeth Jen- 
kins, daughter of Renold Jenkins, of Kittery, in the coun- 
ty of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Lydia his de- 
ceased wife, married in Kittery, November 12, 1801. 

Joshua Buffum, of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, widower, son of Joshua Buffum, 
of said Berwick, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, and 
Sarah Estes, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, widow, daughter of Thomas 
Hanson, late of said Dover, and Hannah his wife, de- 
ceased, married in Dover, February 3, 1802. 



MARRIAGES. 163 

Amos Peaslee, of Pittsfield, in the county of Rockingham, 
state of New Hampshire, son of Elijah Peaslee, of said 
Pittsfield, and Esther his wife, and Sarah Jenkins, daugh- 
ter of William Jenkins, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, 
and Ruth his wife, married in Lee, February 4, 1802. 

Ezra Hanson, son of Zacheus Hanson, of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford, in the State of New Hampshire, and 
Sarah his wife, and Anne Hanson, daughter of Moses 
Hanson, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford afore- 
said, and Mary his wife, married in Rochester, March 4, 
1802. 

Caleb Cole, son of John Cole, late of Sanford, in the county 
of York, and Elizabeth his wife, both deceased, and Mary 
Hanson, daughter of Caleb Hanson, of the said Sanford, 
and Judith his wife, married in Berwick, March 4, 1802. 

Paul Dow, son of Moses Dow, of Berwick, in the county of 
York, and commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Hannah 
his wife, deceased, and Lydia Neal, daughter of James 
Neal, of said town and county, and Lydia his wife, de- 
ceased, married in Berwick, July 1, 1802. 

Benjamin Fry, of Sandwich, son of Silas Fry and Mary his 
wife, of said Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Lydia Bean, daughter of 
Benjamin Bean and Rachel his wife, of Sandwich afore- 
said, married in Sandwich, September 2, 1802. 

Elijah Beede, of Sandwich, son of Nathan Beede and Dolly 
Beede his wife, of said Sandwich, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, and Anna Falch, 
daughter of Parker Falch and Hannah his wife, of Tam- 
worth, in the county aforesaid, married in Sandwich, 
September 2, 1802. 

Paul Bunker, of Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Simeon Bunker and Lydia 
his wife, both deceased, in the town of Biddeford, county 
of York, state of Massachusetts, and Mary Meader, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin Meader and Patience his wife, in the 
town of Rochester, county of Strafford, state of New 
Hampshire, married in Rochester, February 23, 1804. 

David Green, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Simon Green, of said 
Farmington, and Abial his deceased wife, and Judith 
Meader, daughter of Benjamin Meader, of Rochester, in 



164 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

said county, and Patience his wife, married in Rochester, 
August 30, 1804. 

Stephen Meader, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Benjamin Meader, of said 
Rochester, and Patience his wife, and Sarah Whitehouse, 
daughter of Jonathan Whitehouse, of Middleton, in said 
county, and Mehitable his wife, married in Rochester, 
August 30, 1804. 

John Whittier*, of Haverhill, son of Joseph Whittier, de- 
ceased, in the county of Essex, and state of Massachusetts, 
and Sarah his wife, and Abigail Hussey*, daughter of 
Samuel Hussey, of Somersworth, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, and Mercy his wife, 
married in Dover, October 3, 1804. 

John Meader, of Lee, in the county of Strafford, and state 
of New Hampshire, son of Joseph Meader and Abigail his 
wife, late of said Lee, deceased, and Deliverance Varney, 
daughter of Stephen Varney, of Dover, county and state 
aforesaid, deceased, and Deliverance his wife, married in 
Lee, Nov. 1, 1804. 

.John (love, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Edward Gove, of Sea- 
brook, and Judith his wife, in county of Rockingham, and 
state aforesaid, deceased, and Abigail Layton ,of Farmington, 
daughter of James Knox, county of Strafford and state 
aforesaid, and Anna his wife, married in Dover, March 27, 
1805. 

Abner Chase, of Salem, in the county of Essex, and state of 
Massachusetts, son of Abner Chase, of Salem aforesaid, 
and Rebecca his wife, both deceased, and Elizabeth Saw- 
yer, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, daughter of Stephen Sawyer, of Dover afore- 
said, and Mary his wife, married in Dover, May 1, 1805. 

*These were the parents of John Greenleaf Whittier, the poet. The 
name of wife, of Samuel Hussey, is here given as Merey, and is cor- 
rect; in another place in the Friends Records, it is plainly given as 
Mary, and supposing the latter name to be correct, it was so given in 
record of Samuel Flussey's marriage, page 67, where the record could 
read equally well Marey or Marcy. In the Hussey Iiible the name is 
Mercy Evans and certain wills and deeds prove the name to be Mercy, 
beyond a doubt. Abigail Hussey was granddaughter of Joseph and 
Elizabeth (Robinson) (Tibbetts) Hussey and great-granddaughter of 
Richard and Jane Hussey of Dover. It is certain that Richard Hussey 
was not a descendant of Capt. Christopher Hussey, of Hampton; that 
he was a son of Robert Hussey, of Dover, is very doubtful; he was 
the emigrant according to tradition. — Ed, 



MARRIAGES. 165 

Edward Lock, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of James Lock, of Barnstead, 
in the county and state aforesaid, and Mary his wife, and 
Elizabeth Meader, daughter of Nathaniel Meader, of Roch- 
ester aforesaid, and Mary his wife, married in Rochester, 
October 3, 1805. 

John Peaslee, of Pittsfield, son of Elijah Peaslee, of said 
Pittsfield, in the county of Rockingham, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Esther his wife, and Hannah Jenkins, 
daughter of William Jenkins, of Lee, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and Ruth his wife, married in Lee, January 27, 1806. 

Philip Chase, of Salem, in the county of Essex, and state of 
Massachusetts, son of Abner Chase, late of Salem aforesaid, 
and Rebecca his wife, and Alice Brown, daughter of Wil- 
liam Brown, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Abigail his wife, married in 
Dover, March 5, 1806. 

Daniel Breed, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Zephaniah Breed, of 
Weare aforesaid, and Ruth his wife, both deceased, and 
Mary Austin, daughter of Moses Austin, late of Rochester 
now Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state 
aforesaid, deceased, and Phebe his wife, married in Roch- 
ester, October 2, 1806. 

John Randall, son of James Randall, of Limington, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Mary bis 
wife, and Sarah Hanson, of Gilmanton, in the county of 
Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, daughter of Rich- 
ard Hanson, deceased, and Patience his wife, married in 
Gilmanton, October 2, 1806. 

Jeremiah Brown, of Center Harbor, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, son of John Brown, of 
Pittsfield, in the county of Rockingham, and state afore- 
said, and Delia his wife, and Dorothy Elkins, daughter of 
Richard Elkins, of Gilmanton, in the county of Strafford, 
and state aforesaid, and Sarah his wife, married in Gilman- 
ton, January 1, 1807. 

Charles Varney, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Tobias Varney, of 
said Rochester, and Eunice his wife, and Hannah Dame, 
daughter of Richard Dame, of Rochester aforesaid, and 
Abigail his wife, married in Rochester, June 4, 1807. 

Joshua Folsom, of Epping, in the county of Rockingham, 



166 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

and state of New Hampshire, son of Samuel Folsom, of 
Epping aforesaid, and Hannah his wife, both deceased, 
and Lois Tibbetts, daughter of John Tibbetts, of Roches- 
ter, in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hamp- 
shire aforesaid, deceased, and Jane his wife, married in 
Rochester, September 3, 1807. 

Levi Green, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Jonathan Green, of Ken- 
sington, in the county of Rockingham, and state aforesaid, 
and Huldah his wife, they deceased, and Sarah Cartland, 
daughter of Joseph Cartland, of Lee, in the county of 
Strafford, and state aforesaid, and Anna his wife, married 
in Dover, October 14, 1807. 

Timothy Hussey, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of William Hussey, late of 
said Dover, and Hannah his wife, deceased, and Elizabeth 
Hussey, daughter of Samuel Hussey and Mercy his wife, 
of Somersworth, in said county, married in Dover, Feb- 
ruary 3, 1808. 

Daniel Bassett, of Wolf borough, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of NeAV Hampshire, son of John Bassett, of said 
VVolfborough, and Ruth his wife, and Abigail Bean, 
daughter of Joel Bean, of Alton, in state and county 
aforesaid, and Mary his wife, married in Gilmanton, De- 
cember 29, 1808. 

Timothy Robinson, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Timothy Robinson, of 
Dover aforesaid, and Mary his wife, both deceased, and 
Abigail Eaton, daughter of Lemuel Meader, late of Roch- 
ester, in said county deceased^ and Sarah his wife, married 
in Dover, January 4, 1809. 

James Bean, of Gilmanton, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Joel Bean, of Alton, in 
the county and state aforesaid, and Mary his wife, and 
Hannah Roberts, of Farmington, in the county and state 
aforesaid, daughter of James Roberts, of Farmington, in 
the county and state aforesaid, and Eunice his wife, mar- 
ried in Rochester, March 2, 1809. 

Isaac Wendell, of Dover, in the count}*- of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of John Wendell, deceased, 
and Dorothy his wife, of Portsmouth, in the county of 
Rockingham, and state aforesaid, and Anna A. Whittier, 
daughter of Obadiah AVhittier and Sarah his wife, of 



MARRIAGES. 167 

Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state aforesaid, mar- 
ried in Dover, May 3, 1809. 

Gideon Bean, of Gilmanton, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Joshua Bean, of Brent- 
wood, in the county of Rockingham, in said state, and 
Hannah his wife, both deceased, and Jane Tibbetts, daugh- 
ter of John Hurd, late of Rochester, deceased, and Phebe 
his wife, married in Dover, May 24, 1809. 

Othniel Varney, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Amos Varney, of Dover, 
in said county, and Mary his wife, and Anna Jones, daugh- 
ter of Richard Jones, of Gilmanton, in the county afore- 
said, and Anna his wife, married in Gilmanton, November 
2, 1809. 

James Jones, Jun r ., of Gilmanton, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Richard Jones, of Gil- 
manton, in the county aforesaid, and Anna his wife, and 
Ruth Hanson, daughter of Richard Hanson, formerly of 
Dover, in said county, deceased, and Patience his wife, 
married in Gilmanton, November 2, 1809. 

Isaiah Green, of Pittsfield, son of Abraham Green, of Pitts- 
field, in the county of Rockingham, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Lois his wife, and Sarah Gould, daughter 
of Mussey Gould, late of Dover, in the county of Strafford, 
in state aforesaid, and Elizabeth his wife, married in 
Dover, April 18, 1810. 

Moses Hanson, of Farmington, son of Moses Hanson, of 
Farmington, in t lie county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, deceased, and Mary his wife, and Mary Var- 
ney, daughter of Caleb Varney, of Farmington, in the 
county and state aforesaid, and Huldah his wife, married 
in Rochester, June 4,1812. 

James Neal, of Eliot, in the county of York, and state of 
Massachusetts, son of Andrew Neal, of Kittery, in the 
county and state aforesaid, and Dorcas his wife, both de- 
ceased, and Content Sawyer, daughter of Jacob Sawyer, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hamp- 
shire, and Sarah his wife, both deceased, married in Dover, 
July 1, 1812. 

Ephriam Roberts, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Moses Roberts, of 
Dover, and Elizabeth his wife, and Hannah Roberts, 
daughter of David Roberts and Elizabeth his former wife, 



168 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

deceased, of Farmington aforesaid, married in Rochester, 
February 4, 1813. 

George D. Varney, of Somersworth, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, son of Samuel Varney 
and Sarah his wife, of Somersworth, in the county and 
state aforesaid, and Sarah Whittier, daughter of Obadiah 
Whittier and Sarah his wife, of Dover, in the county and 
state aforesaid, married in Dover, June 2, 1813. 

Israel Peaslee, of Weare, in the county of Hillsborough, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Ebenezer Peaslee, of said 
Weare, and Abigail his wife, and Anna Austin, daughter 
of Moses Austin, late of Rochester, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state aforesaid, and Phebe his wife, both de- 
ceased, married in Rochester, July 8, 1813. 

Jeremiah Bean, son of Joel Bean, of Alton, in the county of 
Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Mary his wife, 
and Elizabeth Canney, daughter of Joseph Canney, of 
Farmington, in the county aforesaid, and Deborah his 
wife, married in New Durham, September 30, 1813. 

Nicholas H. Roberts, of Dover, son of Joseph Roberts, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, deceased, and Anna his wife, and Elizabeth 
Roberts, daughter of Thomas Roberts, of Dover, in the 
county aforesaid, and Hannah his wife, married in Dover, 
December 1, 1813. 

Nicholas Pinkham, of Dover, son of Joseph Pinkham, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hamp- 
shire, and Betsy his wife, and Elizabeth Austin, daughter 
of Nathaniel Austin, of said Dover, and Mary his wife, 
married in Dover, February 2, 1814. 

Stephen Varney, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Stephen Varney, of 
said Farmington, and Mary his wife, deceased, and Mercy 
Varney, daughter of Shubael Varney, of Dover, in said 
county of Strafford, and Sarah his wife, married in Roch- 
ester, May 5, 1814. 

Ephriam Jenkins, of Madbury, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Jonathan Jenkins, of 
said Madbury, and Mary his wife, and Mary Varney, 
daughter of Shubael Varney, of Dover, in the county 
aforesaid, and Sarah his wife, married in Rochester, No- 
vember 3, 1814. 

Timothy Jenkins, of Lee, son of William Jenkins, of Lee, de- 



MARRIAGES. 169 

ceased, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Ruth his wife, and Catharine Austin, 
daughter of Joseph Pinkham, of Dover aforesaid, and 
Betsy his wife, married in Dover, November 30, 1814. 

Joseph Tuttle, of Dover, son of William Tuttle, of Dover, in 
the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Anne his wife, and Sarah Pinkham, of Dover, daughter of 
Joseph Pinkham, of Dover aforesaid, and Betsy his wife, 
married in Dover, November 30, 1814. 

John Husse}^, Jun 1 '., of Berwick, in the county of York, and 
state of Massachusetts, son of Simeon Hussey, of said Ber- 
wick, and Hannah his wife, and Mary Hanson, daughter of 
Moses Hanson, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, 
and State of New Hampshire, deceased, and Mary his wife, 
married in Rochester, October 5, 1815. 

John Canney, of Farmington, son of Joseph Canney, of 
Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Deborah his wife, and Abigail Hanson, 
daughter of Richard Hanson, formerly of Dover, in the 
county aforesaid, deceased, and Patience his wife, married 
in Gilmanton, November 2, 1815. 

Eli Varney, of Dover, son of Joseph Varney, of Sandwich, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Sarah his wife, and Charlotte Varney, daughter of 
James Varney, late of Dover, in said county, deceased, 
and Sarah his wife, married in Dover, July 3, 1816. 

Moses Hodgdon, of Weare, son of John Hodgdon, of Weare, 
in the county of Hillsborough, and state of New Hamp- 
shire, and Susanna his wife, and Hannah Austin, daughter 
of Elijah Austin, of Madbury, in the county of Strafford, 
and state aforesaid, and Hannah his wife, both deceased, 
married in Dover, October 2, 1816. 

George Varney, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Amos Varney and Mary 
Varney his wife, of Dover, in said county, deceased, 
and Betsy Varney, daughter of Daniel Varney and Su- 
sanna his wife, of Farmington, in said county, married in 
Rochester, October 31, 1816. 

Otis Meader, of Rochester, son of Nathaniel Meader, of 
Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Mary his wife, and Lydia Varney, daugh- 
ter of Tobias Varney, late of Rochester aforesaid, de- 



170 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

ceased, and Eunice his wife, married in Rochester, April 
3, 1817. 

Cyrus Bangs, of Dover, son of James Bangs, late of Gorham, 
in the county of Cumberland, and state of Massachusetts, 
deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, and Matilda Varney, 
daughter of James Varney, late of Dover, in the county of 
Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, deceased, and 
Sarah his wife, married in Dover, May 28, 1817. 

Jeremiah Roberts, of Farmington, son of James Roberts, 
of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, and Eunice his wife, and Love Win- 
gate, daughter of John Wingate, of Farmington, in the 
county aforesaid, and Susanna his wife, married in Roch- 
ester, October 1, 1818. 

Isaiah Hacker, of Salem, in the county of Essex, and com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts, son of Isaac Hacker and 
Anna his wife, late of said Salem, deceased, and Anna 
Hazen Brown, daughter of William Brown, of Dover, in 
the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Abigail his wife, married in Dover, October 28, 1818. 

David Roberts, Jr., of Farmington, son of David Roberts, of 
Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Elizabeth his former wife, and Elizabeth 
Canney, daughter of John Canney, of New Durham, in the 
county aforesaid, and Anna his wife, married in New Dur- 
ham, February 11, 1819. 

Timothy Buffum, son of Samuel Buff'um, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state of Massachusetts, and Hannah 
his wife, and Anna Austin, daughter of Nathaniel Austin, 
of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Mary his wife, married in Dover, Decem- 
ber 1, 1819. 

Isaac Twombly, Jr., of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Isaac Twombly, of 
said Rochester, and Mary his wife, and Abial Green, 
daughter of Simon Green, of Farmington, in said county, 
and Sarah his wife, married in Rochester, May 4, 1820. 

Jeremy Hanson, of Gilmanton, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Richard Hanson, 
formerly of Dover, in the county aforesaid, deceased, and 
Patience his wife, and Eunice Fernald, daughter of Dia- 
mond Fernald, formerly of Loudon, in the county of 
Rockingham, and state before named, deceased, and Mar- 



MARRIAGES. 171 

garet his wife, married in Gilmanton, October 5, 1820. 

Paul Hussey, son of Elijah Hussey, of Dover, in the county 
of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Jane his 
wife, and Anna Hussey, daughter of Samuel Hussey, late 
of Somersworth, in said county, deceased, and Mercy his 
wife, married in Dover, November 1, 1820. 

Jonathan Wingate, of Farmington, son of William Wingate, 
of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, and Deborah his wife, and Eunice 
Roberts, daughter of James Roberts, of said Farmington, 
in the county aforesaid, and Eunice his wife, married in 
Rochester, January 4, 1821. 

John Bean, of Alton, in the county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, son of Joel Bean, of said Alton, and 
Mary his wife, and Elizabeth Hill, of Alton, in the county 
and state aforesaid, daughter of Andrew W. Hill, in the 
county and state aforesaid, and Mary his wife, married in 
Gilmanton, August 30, 1821. 

Jonathan Jenkins, Jr., of Madbury, son of Jonathan Jenkins, 
of Madbury, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Mercy his wife, and Patience Hodgdon of 
Madbury, daughter of Peter Hodgdon, of Madbury afore- 
said, and Patience his wife, married in Dover, May 29, 
1822. 

Nathaniel Jenkins, of Madbury, son of Joseph Jenkins, of 
Madbury, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Catharine his wife, deceased, and Rose 
Tuttle, of Dover, daughter of William Tuttle, of Dover 
aforesaid, and Anne his wife, married in Dover, May 29, 
1822. 

Sargent Hanson, of Madbury, son of Robert Hanson, of 
Dover, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Miriam his wife, both deceased, and Lois 
Jenkins, of Lee, daughter of John Jenkins, of Lee afore- 
said, and Sarah his wife, married in Lee, June 5, 1823. 

Olney Thompson, son of Olney Thompson, of Pittsiield, in 
the county of Merrimac, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Hyrena his wife, deceased, and Lydia Meader, daughter of 
Jonathan Meader, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and Lydia his wife, married in Rochester, October 2, 1823. 

James Austin, of Dover, son of Nathaniel Austin, of Dover, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Mary his wife, and Elizabeth Varney, of Farmington, 



172 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

daughter of Caleb Varney, of Farmington aforesaid, and 
Huldah his wife, married in Rochester, January 1, 1824. 

Stephen Beede, of Sandwich, son of Cyrus Beede, of Sand- 
wich, in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hamp- 
shire, and Judith his wife, and Caroline Dame, daughter 
of Richard Dame, of Rochester, in said county, and Abi- 
gail his wife, married in Rochester, July 1, 1824. 

Moses Roberts, of Farmington, son of James Roberts, of 
Farmington, in the county of Stratford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Eunice his wife, and Sarah Place, 
daughter of Jonathan Place, of Alton, in the county 
aforesaid, deceased, and Lydia his wife married in Roch- 
ester, September 30, 1824. 

Stephen Roberts, of Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of James Roberts, of 
Farmington, in the county and state aforesaid, and Eunice 
his wife, and Love Canney, daughter of John Canney, of 
New Durham, in the county and state aforesaid, and 
Anna his wife, married in New Durham, October 7, 1824. 

William Varney, of Farmington, son of Caleb Varney, of 
Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Huldah his wife, and Anna Varney, 
daughter of Enoch Varney, late of Milton, in said comity, 
deceased, and Abigail his wife, married in Rochester, June 
2, 1825. 

Levi Sawyer, son of Stephen Sawyer, of Dover, in the coun- 
ty of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Mary 
his wife, and Hannah G. Pinkham, daughter of Joseph 
Pinkham, of Dover aforesaid, in the county and state 
aforesaid, and Betsey his wife, married in Dover, July 5, 
1826. 

Elijah Jenkins, of New Durham, son of Ebenezer Jenkins, of 
New Durham, in the county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, and Hope his wife, and Elizabeth Rob- 
erts, daughter of Joseph Roberts, deceased, of Dover, in 
the state and county aforesaid, and Anna his wife, mar- 
ried in Dover, May 30, 1827. 

Gideon C. Smith, of Somersworth, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, son of Chad Smith, of 
Smithfield, county of Providence, and state of Rhode Is- 
land, and Elizabeth his wife, and Mary Whittier, daugh- 
ter of Obadiah Whittier, of Dover, county of Strafford, 



MARRIAGES. 173 

and state of New Hampshire, deceased, and Sarah his 
wife, married in Dover, September 26, 1827. 

John Estes, of Berwick, son of Jedediah Estes, of said Ber- 
wick, in the county of York, and state of Maine, and Es- 
ther his wife, and Abial Green, daughter of David Green, 
of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and Judith his 
wife, married in Rochester, July 3, 1828. 

John Dow, of China, in the county of Kennebec, and 
state of Maine, son of Moses Dow, of Berwick, in the 
county of York, and state aforesaid, and Hannah his wife, 
both deceased, and Jane Hussey, of Dover, county of 
Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, daughter of Moses 
Bickford, state and county aforesaid, and Priscilla his wife, 
both deceased, married in Dover, March 4, 1829. 

William P. May, of Barton, in the county of Orleans, and 
state of Vermont, son of James May, of said Barton, and 
Elizabeth his wife, and Abigail Varney, daughter of 
Charles Varne} r , late of Rochester, county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, and Hannah his wife, both 
deceased, married in Rochester, October 1, 1829. 

William Wilbur, son of William and Anna Wilbur, late of 
Hopkinton, in the county of Washington, and state of 
Rhode Island, deceased, and Hannah Osborne, daugh- 
ter of Marble and Mercy Osborne, late of Dover, in the 
county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, de- 
ceased, married in Rochester, May 25, 1831. 

Edward Jenkins, of Berwick, son of Joshua Jenkins, of Ber- 
wick, in the county of York, and state of Maine, and Sybil 
his wife, and Rhoda E. Bartlett, of Dover, adopted daugh- 
ter of Joseph Pinkham, of Dover, in the county of Straf- 
ford, and state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth his wife, 
married in Dover, June 1, 1831. 

Olney Thompson, son of Olney Thompson, of Pittsfield, in 
the county of Merrimac, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Hyrena his wife, deceased, and Lydia A. Meader, daughter 
of James Meader, of Westbrook, Cumberland county, 
state of Maine, and Content his wife, married in Rochester, 
June 30, 1831. 

Jacob K. Purinton, of Dover, son of Micajah Purinton, 

late of said Dover, deceased, in the county of Strafford, 

and state of New Hampshire, and Mary his wife, and 

Rebecca Pinkham, daughter of Joseph Pinkham, of said 



174 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Dover, county and state aforesaid, and Betsy his wife, 
married in Dover, August 31, 1831. 

Nicholas Jenkins, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, son of Isaiah Jenkins, of said 
Rochester, and Sarah late his wife, deceased, and Mary 
Varney, daughter of Isaac Varney, late of Dover, in said 
county, deceased, and Lydia his wife, married in Dover, 
January 25, 1832. 

Amos Varney, of Farmington, son of Festus Varney, of 
Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Hannah his wife, and Anna Locke, daugh- 
ter of Edward Locke, of Rochester, in said county, and 
Elizabeth his wife, married in Rochester, October 4, 1832. 

John Hanson, of Dover, son of John Hanson, of said Dover, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Mercy his wife, both deceased, and Sarah Austin, of 
said Dover, daughter of Nathaniel Austin and Mary his 
wife, married in Dover, December 4, 1833. 

Daniel Meader, son of Jedediah Meader, of Rochester, in 
the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Hannah his wife, and Mary Varney, daughter of Festus 
Varney, of Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and 
Hannah his wife, married in Rochester, October 9, 1834. 

Moses J. Hoag, of Sandwich, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Moses Hoag, of Lawrens, 
Otsego county, New York, and Ruth his wife, and Abigail 
Varney, daughter of Reuben Varney, of Dover, in Straf- 
ford county, state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth his 
wife, married in Rochester, October 1, 1835. 

Daniel T. Purinton, of Vassalborough, son of Daniel Purin- 
ton, of Sidney, in the county of Kennebec, and state of 
Maine, deceased, and Lydia his wife, and Sarah P. Varney, 
daughter of George D. Varney, of Somersworth, county of 
Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, and Sarah his wife, 
married in Dover, March 1, 1837. 

Edward Evans, of North Berwick, in the county of York, 
and state of Maine, son of Hanson Evans, of Rochester, 
county of Strafford, and state of NeAv Hampshire, and 
Mary his wife, both deceased, and Patience Green, daughter 
of David Green, of the aforesaid Rochester, and Judith 
his wife, married in Rochester, Ma}^ 4, 1837. 

Pelatiah Hussey, son of Ebenezer Hussey, of Berwick, in 



MAKRIAGES. 17o 

the county of York, and state of Maine, and Mercy bis 
wife, and Peace N. Canney, adopted daughter of Isaiah 
Jenkins, of Rochester, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Sarah his wife, both deceased, 
married in Rochester, May 4, 1837. 
Franklin D. Dunham, of Vassalborough, in the county of 
Kennebec, and state of Maine, son of Benjamin Dunham, 
of Leeds, county and state aforesaid, and Sybil his wife, 
she being deceased, and Anna Robinson, daughter of Tim- 
othy Robinson, of Dover, county of Strafford, and state of 
New Hampshire, and Elizabeth his wife, married in Dover, 
June 6, 1838. 

Walter Roberts, of Sandwich, son of James Roberts, of 
Farmington, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Eunice his wife, deceased, and Mary E. 
Elkins, daughter of John Elkins, of Lowell, in the county 
of Middlesex, and state of Massachusetts, and Mary his 
wife, married in New Durham, October 3, 1838. 

Jeremiah Roberts, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Thomas Roberts, late of 
said Dover, deceased, and Hannah his wife, and Hannah 
F. Beede, of Rochester, in the county and state aforesaid, 
daughter of Moses Beede, of said Rochester, and Miriam 
his wife, married in Rochester, January 3, 1839. 

William Sawyer, of West Newbury, son of Elijah Sawyer, 
deceased, of Newbury, in the county of Essex, and state 
of Massachusetts, and Miriam his wife, and Abigail Bean, 
daughter of James Bean, of Farmington, hi the county of 
Kennebec, and state of Maine, and Hannah his wife, mar- 
ried in New Durham, April 18, 1839. 

John Beede, of Rochester, son of Moses Beede, of Rochester, 
in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, 
and Miriam his wife, and Eliza Roberts, daughter of 
James Roberts, of Farmington, in the county and state 
aforesaid, and Eunice his wife, deceased, married in New 
Durham, April 18, 1839. 

Amos Peaslee, of Loudon, son of Samuel Peaslee, of Pitts- 
field, deceased, and Mary his wife, in the county of Merri- 
mac, and state of New Hampshire, and Rhoda Varne}', 
daughter of Festus Varney, of Farmington, county of 
Strafford, and Hannah his wife, married in Rochester, 
December 5, 1839. 



176 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Daniel Bassett, of Wolfborough, son of John Bassett, of said 
town, in the county of Strafford, and state of New Hamp- 
shire, and Ruth his wife, both deceased, and Susanna 
Jones, daughter of Richard Jones, of Gilmanton, state and 
county aforesaid, and Anna his wife, deceased, married in 
Gilmanton, January 2, 1840. 

Richard I. Varney, of Gilmanton, son of Othniel Varney, of 
said town, in the county of Strafford, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Anna his wife, and Naomi May, daughter 
of James May, of Barton, in the county of Orleans, and 
state of Vermont, and Elizabeth his wife, married in 
Dover, January 24, 1840. 

Ahijah Hanson, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, and 
state of New Hampshire, son of Zacheus Hanson, late of 
said Dover, and Sarah his wife, both deceased, and Hannah 
Bean, daughter of Joel Bean, late of Alton, in the county 
aforesaid, and Mary his wife, both deceased, married in 
Gilmanton, July 2, 1840. 

Lewis Thompson, of Epsom, son of Arnold Thompson, of 
Epsom, in the county of Merrimac, and state of New 
Hampshire, and Phebe A. his wife, and Elizabeth M. 
Locke, daughter of Edward Locke, of Rochester, county 
of Strafford and state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth 
his wife, married in Rochester, September 2. 1841. 

John L. Folsom, son of John Folsom, of Epping, in the 
county of Rockingham, and state of New Hampshire, and 
Mehi table his wife, and Mary Ann Beede, daughter of 
Moses Beede, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, in said 
state, and Miriam his wife, married in Rochester, Septem- 
ber 29, 1842. 

Joseph Briggs, of Winthrop, son of Ezra Briggs, of said 
Winthrop, in the county of Kennebec, and state of Maine, 
and Mary his wife, and Hannah Robinson, daughter of 
Timothy Robinson, of Dover, in the county of Strafford, 
and state of New Hampshire, and Elizabeth his wife, 
married in Dover, December 28, 1842. 

Stephen M. Gove, of Seabrook, son of Edward and Elizabeth 
Gove, of Seabrook, in the county of Rockingham, and 
state of New Hampshire, and Lydia M. Locke, daughter 
of Edward and Elizabeth Locke, of Rochester, in the 
comity of Strafford, and state of New Hampshire, married in 
Rochester, February 2, 1843. 



DOVER TAX RATE. 



[Dover was settled in 1623. Its citizens, like those of Strawberry 
Bank and Exeter, early adopted a form of town and provincial govern- 
ment of their own. Dover was annexed to Massachusetts, by vote of 
its citizens, October 0, 1641. The early town and provincial 
books were destroyed soon after the annexation to Massachusetts. 
Dover's oldest town book now in existence was begun December 27, 
1647; it has the following town rate which is the earliest tax rate of 
Dover now on record.] 

The Towne Rate Made the 19 th 10 th m° [16] 48. Dover. 

Imp ris £ s. d. £ s. d. 

George Smith, Rated at 0032:08:00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 10 : 09 

George Webb, Rated 0046 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 12 : 08 

John Goddard, Rated 0129 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0002 : 02 : 02 

Tho : Lay ton, Rated 0156:10:00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0002 : 12: 00 

John Damme, Rated 0104 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 14 : 10 

George Walton, Rated 0084 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 07 : 04 

William Pomfrett, Rated 0071 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 03 : 08 

Richard Yorke, Rated 0072 : 08 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 04 : 00 

Hate Euill Nutter, Rated 0078 : 16 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 06 : 03 

William Story, Rated 0066 : 04 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 02 : 01 

Joseph Austin, Rated 0091 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 11 : 02 

Tho : Canny, Rated 0084 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 08 : 00 

Samuel Haines, Rated 0065:00:00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 01 : 10 

John Tare, Rated 0035 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 11 : 08 



178 DOVER TAX RATE. 

Jo : Hall, Rated 0079:12:00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 06 : 08 

Willm ffurber, Rated 0081 : 10 : 00 

and to pay Id. pX is 0001 : 07: 02 

Henry Tibbetts, Rated 0087 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 09 : 00 

John Turtle, Rated 0069 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 03 : 00 

James Newte, Rated 0083: 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 07 : 08 

M r Roberts, Rated 0069 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 03 : 02 

Edw : Starbuck, Rated 0045 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 15 : 04 

Ambrose Gibbons, Rated 0086 : 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 08 : 00 

Willm Beard, Rated 0076 : 10 : 00 

an:d to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 05 : 06 

Tho : Stephenson, Rated 0050 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 16 : 04 

William Drue, Rated 0070: 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. p<£ is 0001 : 03 : 04 

Matthew Gyles, Rated 0194: 10 : 00 

and is to pay 4d. pX is 0003 : 03 : 02 

Mrs. Matthews, Rated 0139 : 10 : 00 

and is to pay 4d. pX is 0002 : 03 : 02 

Jonas Binns, Rated 0042:00:00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 14 : 04 

Charles Adams, Rated 0031 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 10 : 04 

John Bickford, Rated 0115 : 10 : 00 

and is to pay 4d. pX 0001 : 18 : 06 

Philip Chasely, Rated 0078 : 10 : 00 

and is to pay 4d. pX 0001 : 06 : 06 

Tho : Willey, Rated 0071:10:00 

and is to pay 4d. pX 0001 : 03 : 06 

John Allt, Rated 0069 : 00 : 00 

and is to pay 4d. pX 0001 : 03 : 00 

Darby ffeild, Rated 0081 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 07 : 00 

Oliuer Kent, Rated 0070 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is *0000 : 011 : 4 

^Apparently originally written 0001 : 03 : 10 and afterward changed. 



DOVER TAX RATE. 179 

Tho. Johnson, Rated 0040 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 13 : 04 

John Baker, Rated 0092 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 10 : 10 

ffrancis Littlefield, Rated 0060 : 15 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 00 : 03 

Rich : Walderne, Rated 0143 : 00 : 00 

add to pay 4d. pX is 0002 : 03 : 04 

more to pay 0000 : 03 : 04 

Tho: Trickett, Rated 0104 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 08 : 04 

Henry Longstaff, Rated 0075 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 05 : 00 

Geo: Branson, Rated 0030: 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 10 : 00 

Henry Beck, Rated 0040 : 16 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 13 : 07 

John Hilton, Rated 0046 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 15 : 04 

Willm Roberts, Rated 0046 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 15 : 02 

Tho : ffootman, Rated 0060 : 00 ; 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 00 : 00 

James Rawlins, Rated 0060: 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 00 : 00 

M r Seeleys house, Rated 0008: 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. pX 0000 : 02: 08 

Tho : ffursen, Rated, 0016 ; 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000: 05: 00 

ffrancis Small, Rated 0010: 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 03 : 04 

Jefferey Raggs house, Rated 0004 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 01 : 04 

Thomsons point house 0004 ; 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 ; 01 : 04 

Robert Hethersey, Rated 0060 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 00 : 00 

Tho : Beard, Rated 0062 : 00 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0001 : 00 : 08 

John Hall, Rated 0042: 00: 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 14 : 00 

John Martin, Rated 0041 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. pX is 0000 : 13 : 10 



180 QUERIES. 

Antho: Emery, Rated 0108 : 10 : 00 

and to pay 4d. p£ is 0001 : 16 : 00 

more to pay for a bull 

2£ 10s. 4d. at 4d. p£ is 0000 : 00 : 10 

This Rate within specified, Is to bee paid in such comodi- 
ties, time and place, as followeth, viz 1 . One fourth part in 
Corne, to bee pd. and brought in at the rates as followes 
viz*. Indian Corne at 4s. p bushell, wheat and pease at 5s. p 
bushell, and to bee paid by the 10 th day of the next m° at 
the house of W m Pomfrett and the rest of the rate to bee 
pd in by the 10 th day of March next ensueing at the saw 
pitt below Tho. Cannys, for one place of receipt, for part of 
the said rate, and the other to bee paid in, at the back Cove, 
to the Constable or his Assignes. All pipe staues are to bee 
delivded in at, the rate of 3:10: 0, and h h staues at 
02 : 05 : 0. And for default of paym* in either or, eny of 
the said paym ts in p l or in all contrary to the forme aforesaid 
Wee doe herebv authorize and giue vnto the Constable full 
pow r to arrest and attach, the goods of such pson or psons 
as shall make denvall. Witnes o 1 ' hands, this 19 th day of 10 th 
m°. [16] 48. 

Ambrose], G ibbons 

Ilateuill Nutter 

William Pomfrett 

Anth° Emerey 

Tho: Layton 



QUERIES. 

Two pages arc allowed for queries, free to subscribers. Answers are 
solicited. 

13. Dr. Samuel Adams of Durham, N. H., son of Rev. 
Hugh and Susanna ( Winborn) Adams, married (1) before 

1728 Phebe , who died in 1743; (2) Rebecca, dan. 

of Joseph Hall of Exeter, N.'H. He died in 1762. AVhat 

was the maiden name of Phebe ? Who were her 

parents? 

John Durgin, son of John and Susanna (Pitman) Durgin 

of Durham, N. II., married . They had a daughter, 

Drusilla Durgin, born 17 March 1774, who married David 
Knowlton of Northwood, 8 Sept. 1791. Who was the wife 
of John Durgin? 



QUERIES. 181 

Samuel Knowlton, born 15 May 1795 in Northwood, X. 
H., married 29 Aug. 1818 Sally Danforth. Whose daugh- 
ter was she? 

E. S. Stackpole. 

Bradford, Mass. 

14. Wanted, names of parents, birth and marriage of 
Ebenezer Hilton (in one record alias Gray,) m. about 1728 
Mary Lord. He was living in Berwick in 1728, moved to 
Pownalboro, about 1788. Xames of their children were: 
Mary, Ann, Abigail, Joseph, Joshua, killed with his father 
in 1747, Theophilus, Moses, Ebenezer, William and others; 
also birth date of his wife Mary Lord and names of her 
parents. 

Wanted, birth and marriage of Moses Hilton who married 

Rachel . Their children bapt, at Berwick, were: Rachel, 

Elihu, Aaron, Moses, Jr., Calvin, Morrill, Ann, John 
Thompson. Was his wife Rachel a Thompson, what were 
her parents names? 

Mrs. Edward M. Crane. 

Oshkosh, Wis. 

15. Wanted, parentage, birth and marriage of Susan 
Webster. She married Benjamin Cram of Brentwoord, X T . H., 
and died there April 7, 1837. 

Parentage, birth and death of Mary Carr. She m. Nathan 
Cram, March 6, 1746 at Hampton Falls, X T . II., died at 
Weare, N. H. 

Parentage, birth and death of Abigail Farmer, married 
Joseph Cram of Wilton, N. H., died in Andover, Yt. 

Parentage, birth and marriage of Eunice Ellingwood, mar- 
ried Uriah Cram of Lyndeboro, X T . H., died there December 
1, 1831. 

Parentage and marriage of Huldah Woodard of Lynde- 
boro, X T . II., married John Cram, died there Jan. 14, 1853. 

John G. Cram. 

105 Charles St., Boston, Mass. 



ANSWER TO QUERY THREE. 

Susanna, daughter of Richard and Alice (Creebar) Short- 
ridge married Reuben Abbott, 9 Oct. 1715. Reuben 
Abbott died in 1745 and his widow married a Pitman some- 
time between 1748 and 1750. She is evidently not the 



182 DONATIONS. 

mother of Mary Pitman. I know of no other Susanna Pit- 
man. 

Richard Shortridge's wife Mary was a granddaughter of 
Joseph Mead of Portsmouth, a currier. Joseph Pitman, 
Benjamin Pitman and Mark Pitman were also grandchildren 
of Joseph Mead, and therefore probably brothers of Mary. 
Who their father was, I do not know. 

C H. P. 



BOOK IN PREPARATION. 

E. W. Foster, Senate Annex, and Philip Walker, 412 5th 
St., Washington, D. C, are preparing a genealogy of the 
descendants of Capt. Richard Walker, of Lynn, Mass. 
This will include the Walkers of Concord, Charlestown, 
Conway, Chatham and many other places in N. H., and in 
Oxford County, Me. They would be glad to enter into cor- 
respondence with any interested persons. 



DONATIONS. 

Since our last issue the following books and pamphlets 
have been received by The New Hampshire Genealogical 
Society for its new library, for which I am directed to present 
the grateful thanks of the society: 

Donors. Residence. Books. Phamphlets. 

Fred E. Quimby, Esq., Dover, 6 

Cyrus L. Jemiess, " 1 

William T. Wentworth, " 1 

New Hampshire College, Durham, 2 

Blake H. Rand, Rye, 13 

Charles A. Hazlett, Portsmouth, 1 

New Hampshire Hist. Society, Concord, 7 

Susan H. Knapp, Somersworth, 1 

George F. Plaisted, York, Me. 2 

John Noble, Esq., Boston, Mass., 1 

Susan A. Smith, Dorchester, " 1 1 

Frank T. Cole, Esq., Columbus, O. 1 

Roger Sherman, Chicago, 111. 1 1 

18 22 

C. W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



GENEALOGICAL KECORDS OF 
STRATHAM. 



[Stratham was incoroporated March 14, 1715-10, taken from Exeter. 
A part of Stratham was annexed to Greenland December 18, 180j, 
another small tract was annexed to Greenland July 1, 1847. 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AXD DEATHS. 

October the : 14 : 1719 Thomas Briier and marce mason 
Joyned in marriage 

Joseph Marril and mary Palmer Joyned in marriage Decem- 
ber the : 16 : 1718 

George veasey : Jn: and hannah wig-gin Joyned in marriage 
December the : 17-1719 

Thomas Wiggin and Sarah Piper Joyned in marriage De- 
cember the -17-1719 

March the : 15 : day 1722 Mr William Cogswell and Miss 
Hannah Wiggin Joyned, in marriage 

June the 28 day : 1722 Rubin Smith and : Jean Gass 
Joyned in marriage 

William Scammon and Rachal Cleaveland Joyned in mar- 
riage January the : 4-1721/2 

Thomas Bryer and Elizabeth Gotfree Joyned in marriage 
January the 23 1723/4 

Samuel Veasey and Hannah Robinson Joyned in marriage 
January the : 13 : day 1725/6 

(S. T. R., I: 201.) 

Theophilus Rundlet and Leah Smith Joyned in marriage 

August the 18 1726 
Joseph Redmon and Hannah Rawlings Joyned in Marriage 

Covenent May the 11 1727 
Edward fifield and Elizabeth Veasey Joyned in Marriage 

Covinent November the : 9 : day : 1727 
Beniamin Norris and Mehetibel Stephens Joyned in marriage 

Covenent December the : 14 day 1727 
Samuel Keniston and Ruth Rundlet Joyned in marriage 

Covenent December the 24 1727 



184 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF STRATHAM. 

Richard Sinkler and Catherine Stephens Joyned in marriage 

Covenent June the 27 day : 1728 
Moses Thirston and Sarah Jeones Joyned in marriage 

Covienent february the : 11 day : 1728/9 
David Robinson : Juner: and Agnes Veazie Joyned in 

Mariage Covenint November the 27 : 1739 

(S. T. R., 1 : 202.) 
Thomas moore and Rachel Sinkler Joyned In marriage 

Covenent the 19 th Day of December In the year 1734 

(S. T. R., 1 : 204.) 

Thomas the Son of thomas moore and Rachel moore was 

Born September the 13 day 1735 
John the son of thomas moore and Rachel moore was Born 

June the 29 th day 1739 
William the son of thomas moore and Rachel moore was 

Born march the 24 day 1741 
Rachel the daughter of thomas moore and Rachel moore was 

Born April the 12 day 1743 
Agnes the daughter of thomas moore and Rachel moore was 

Born July the 15 day 1745 
Ann the daughter of thomas Moore and Rachel moore was 

Born august the 11 day 1748 
Elizabeth the daughter of thomas moore and Rachel moore 

was Born November the 5th day 1751 
John the Son of thomas moore and Rachel moore deceased 

January 1 day 1754 In the fifteenth year of his age 

(S. T. R., I: 205.) 

Jonathan taylor the Son of Nathan taylor and anna taylor 

Born September 21 st , 1739 
John tavlor the Son of Jonathan taylor and Rachel taylor 

Born "June y e 9 th , 1762 
Jonathan taylor the Son of Jonathan taylor and Rachel 

taylor born March the 12 day 1764 
Ede taylor the Son Jonathan taylor and Rachel taylor born 

april the 27 th day 1767 
Anna taylor the Daughter of Jonathan taylor and Rachel 

taylor Born May the 9 th Day 1770 
Mark taylor the Son of Jonathan taylor and Rachel taylor 

Born January the 19 th Day the year 1773 
Nicholas Mason the Son of Danail Mason and hannah Mason 

Born October the 2 Day the year 1759 

(S. T. R., I: 207) 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 185 

Joseph the Son of David Jewell and Elizabeth Jewell born 

May the 13 day 1741 
Daniel the Son of David Jewell and Elizabeth Jewell born 

May the 25 th day 1744 
Susannah the Daughter of David Jewell and Elizabeth 

Jewell born august the 13 th day 1748 
Elizabeth the Daughter . of David Jewell and Elizabeth 

Jewell born May the 26 Ul day 1750 
Sarah the Daughter of David Jewell and Elizabeth Jewell 

born June the 9 th day 1752 
Mary the Daughter of David Jewell and Elizabeth Jewell 

born March the 22 day 1756 (S. T. R., 1 : 208.) 

Martha Moore the Daughter of Thomas Moore Junr and 

hannah moore Born febuary y e 22 : 1759 
Mary moore the Daughter of thomas moore Junr and hannah 

moore Born December y e 8 th day 1761 
Hannah moore the Daughter of thomas moore Junr and 

Hannah moore Born July 5 th day 1763 
Anna the Daughter of thomas moore Junr and hannah 

moore Born December the 22 day 1765 
John moore the Son of thomas moore Junr and hannah 

moore Born march the 28 Day 1768 
Rachel moore the Daughter of Thomas moore Junr and 

hannah moore Born October the 19 th Day the year 1770 
Taylor moore son of Thomas Moore Jr and Hannah his wife 

was born March 1781 the 19 th Day 

(S. T. R., 1 : 209.) 
David Stevens the Son of Nathanael Stevens and Ann 

Stevens born april the 9 Day 1768 
Anna Stevens the Daughter of Nathanael Stevens and Ann 

Stevens Born October the 16 th Day 1769 
Sarah Stevens the Daughter of Nathanel Stevens and Ann 

Stevens Born february the 27 th Day 1772 

(S. T. R., I : 210.) 
Elizabeth moore the Daughter of William moore the 3 d and 

Mary Moore Born October the 30 th Day the year 1766 
Lydda moore the Daughter of William moore the 3d and 

marymore Born September the 21 Day the year 1768 
Thomas moore the Son of William moore the 3' 1 and mary 

moore Born December the 7 th the year 1770 
Agness moore the Daughter of William moore the 3d and 

mary moore Born October the 20 th In the year 1772 

(S. T. R., 1 : 211.) 



186 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF STRATH AM. 

September the : 7 : 1708 : hannah Robinson the Dafter of 

David and Sarah Robinson was bom 
March the : 28 : 1711 : Lyddia Robinson the Dafter of 

David and Sarah Robinson was Born 
March the : 2 : 1714 : Sarah Robinson the Dafter of David 
and Sarah Robinson was Born 
August the : 28 : 1716 David Robinson the Son of David 

and Sarah Robinson was Born 
November the : 19 : 1718 : Esther Robinson the Dafter of 

David and Sarah Robinson was Born 
Bathsheha the Dafter of David and Sarah Robinson born 

July the : 17 : 1721 
Sarah the Dafter of Samuel and Hannah Veasey Born 

November the : 7 : day 1727 
Abigail the Dafter of David and Sarah Roberson born May 

the: 17 : day: 1728 
Elias the Son of Joseph and Esther Merrit born January the 

12 day 1736/7 
April the : 18 : 1714 : Danil Moodey the Son of Danil and 

Mary Moodey was Born 
April the : 4 : 1716 Eleazbeth moodey the Dafter of Danil 

and mary moodey was Born 
March the : 12 : 1718 Joshua moodey the Son of Danil and 

and mary moodey was Born 
David the Son of David and Lucey Robinson born October 

the : 27 ; 1748 

(S. T. R., I : 213.) 
Aprel the : 17 : 1718 : John Derbon the Son of Jonathan 

Derbon and of Hannah his wife was Boom 
Bethiiah Derbon the dafter of Jonathan Derbon and of 

Hannah his wife born November the 24 day 1719 
Feburay the : 27 : 1717 : Marthe brown the dafter of Jacob 

Brown and of mary his wife was born 
December the : 31 : 1713 mary brier the dafter of Gills 

Briier was Bornd 
Janiry the : 1 : 1717 : Charls briier the Son of Gills Briier 

was Born 
Hannah Hoit the Dafter : of Joseph hoite and of Hannah his 

wife born January the : 9 : 1713 
Esther Hoit the Dafter of Joseph Hoit and of Hannah his 

wife born march the : 9 1715 
Joseph Hoit iunr the Son of Joseph Hoit Sener and of Han- 
nah his wife born October the 22, 1717 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 187 

Anne Hoit the D after of Joseph Hoit and of Hannah his 

wife born December the 13, 1719 

(S, T. R., 1 : 214.) 
Bradstreet Wiggin the Son of Ctn Andrew Wiggin and of 

miss Abigail his wife born febaray the : 1 : 1713/1 
Nicholas Wiggin the Son of Ctn Andrew Wiggin and of 

miss Abigail his wife born June the : 10 1716 
Elizebeth Wiggin the Daffter of Can Andrew Wiggin and of 

miss Abigail his wife born march the : 12 1718 
Mary Railings the Dafter of moses Railings and of Esther 

his wife born October 30, 1701 
Jonathan Railings the Son of moses Railings and of Esther 

his wife born January the 19 1702/3 Departed this life 

Nov r 19 th 1797 
Liddeah Railings the dafter of moses Railings and of Esther 

his wife born October : the : 1, 1705 
Elizebeth Railings the dafter of moses Railings and of Es- 
ther his wife born may : 28, 1707 
Sarah Railings the Dafter of moses Rallino-s and of Esther 

his wife born march : 28 : 1709 
Esther Railings the dafter of moses Railings and of Esther 

his wife born June the : 12 : 1711 
Moses Railings the Son of moses Railings and of Esther his 

wife born June the : 9 : 1713 
David Railings the Son of moses Railings and of Esther 

his wife born June : 28 : 1715 
Thomas Railings the Son of moses Railings and of Esther 

his wife born febrewary the 16 : 1717 

(S. T. R., 1 : 215.) 
Febrewary : John Stockbridge the Son of Abram Stockbridge 

and of mary his wife born february the : 24 : 1717/18 
Joseph marrill the son of Joseph marrill and of mary his 

wife born December the : 15 1719 
Andrew Wiggin the Son of Jonathan wiggin and of mary 

his wife born march the : 27 1719 
Joseph mason the son of John mason and of merce his wife 

born november the : 6 1708 
John mason the Son of John mason and of merce his wife 

born february the : 20 : 1710/11 
Beniamin mason the Son of John mason and of merce his 

wife born november the : 20 1714 
Hannah mason the Dafter of John mason and of merce his 

wife born march the : 10 1717 



188 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF STEATHAM. 

Petar Briier the Son of Thomas Briier and of Abigail his 

wife born Jananery the : 2 1711/12 
Jonathan Cleark the Son of Jonathan Cleark and of Zeppora 

his wife born April 24 1711 
Johannah Cleark the Dafter of Jonathan Cleark and of 

Zeppora his wife born : Aprel 24 1713 
John Cleark the Son of Jonathan Cleark and of Zeppora Ins 

wife born July the : 16 1715 

(S. T. R., 1 : 216.) 

Mary Cleark the Dafter of Jonathan Cleark and of Zeppora 

his wife born march : 22 1718 
Sarah Robinson the Dafter of James Robinson and of mary 

his wife born June the : 3 1712 
James Robinson the son of James Robinson and mary his 

wife born October the 14 1714 
John Robinson the son of James Robinson and of mary his 

wife born november : 27, 1716 
Joseph Robinson the son of James Robinson and of mary his 

wife born may the 26 : 1718 
Samuel Stephines the son of Nathanael Stephines and of 

Sarah his wife born December : 17 1704 
Cathoaran Stephines the Dafter : of nathanael Stephines and 

of Sarah his wife born July : 9 : 1707 
Mehitabal Stephines the : Dafter of nathanael Stephines and 

of Sarah his wife born December 21 1709 
John Stephines the son of nathanael Stephines and of Sarah 

his wife born february : 9 1710/11 
Jonathan Stephines the Son of nathanael Stephines and of 

Sarah his wife born march 26 1714 

(S. T. R., I : 217.) 

Beniamin Stephines the Son of nathanael Stephines and of 

Sarah his wife born may : 19 1716 
David Stephines the Son of nathanael Stephines and of 

Sarah his wife : born : December 30 1717 
John Clerke the son of John Clerke and of mary his wife 

born febuary : 26 : 1705 
Sachwell Clearke the son of John Clerke and of mary his 

wife born October the : 30 1706 
.Mary Clearke the Dafter of John Clearke and of Anne his 

wife born June the : 4 : 1712 
Anne Clearke the Dafter of John Clearke and of Anne his 

wife born march the : 21 : 1714 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 189 

Nickcholes Clearke the Son of John Clearke and of Anne 

his wife born november, the 9 : 1716 
Joseph Clearke the Son of John Clearke and of Anne his 

wife born may the : 9 1719 
Rachael Railings the Dafter of Joseph Railings and of han- 

nah his wife born febrnary : 27 1717 
Mary Railings the Dafter of Joseph Railings and of Hannah 

his wife born november 20 1718 

(S. T. R., 1 : 218.) 

Liddeah Rnndlet the Dafter of James Rundlet and of Eliza- 
beth his wife born October the : 22 : 1700 

Danil Rnndlet the son of James Rundlet and of Elizebeth 
his wife born march the : 11 : 1702 

Theophelius Rundlet the Son of James Rundlet and of Eliza- 
beth his wife born febaueary : 11 : 1704 

Jonathan Rundlet the Son of James Rundlett and of Eliza- 
beth his wife born november 19 : 1705 

James Rundlet the Son of James Rundlet and of Elizebeth 
his wife born October the 15, 1709 

Mary Rundlet the Dafter of James Rundlet and of Elizabeth 
his wife born April : 22 1712 

Sarah Rundlet the Dafter of James Rundlet and of Eliza- 
beth his wife born June the 2, 1714 

Charles Rundlet the Son of James Rundlet and of Elizabeth 
his wife born June the : 3 1716 

Josiah Rundlet the Son of James Rundlet and of Elizabeth 
his wife born June : the : 22 1719 

David hanneford the Son of John hanneford and of Anna 
his wife born June the : 4 1716 

Thomas haneforde the Son of John hanneford and of Anna 
his wife born April the : 17 1718 

(S. T. R., I : 219.) 

Suseneah meed the Dafter of John meed and of hannah his 

wife born february : 6 1709 
John meed the Son of John meed and of hannah his wife 

born may the : 4-1712 
Thomas meed the Son of John meed and of hannah his wife 

born march : 19 1715 
Joseph meed the Son of John meed and of hannah his wife 

born August : 17 : 1717 
Beniamin meed the Son of John meed and of hannah his 

wife born October the : 23 1718 



190 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF STRATHAM. 

Edward fiffield the Son of Edward fiffieald and of Elizabeth 
his wife born febuary the : 11 1704 

Mary fiffieald the Dafter of Edward fiffieald and of Elizabeth 
his wife born October : the 10 1705 

Beniamin fiffield the son of Edward fiffieald and of Elizabeth 
his wife born October the : 10 : 1707 

Moses fiffieald the Son of Edward fiffieald and of Elizabeth 
his wife born July the : 30 : 1709 

Jonathan fiffieald the son of Edward fiffieald and of Eliza- 
beth his wife born march : the : 25 : 1711 

(S.T. R.,I: 220.) 

Dorrothy fiffieald the Dafter of Edward fiffieald and of 
Elizabeth his wife born August the : 23 1713 

Elizabeth fiffieald the Dafter of Edward fiffieald and of 
Elizabeth his wife born may the : 4 : 1716 

John fiffieald the Son of Edweard fiffieald and of Elizabeth 
his wife born November : the 5 1718 

Sarah Railings the Dafter of John Railings and of Sarah his 
wife born may the : 31 1707 

Mary Railings the Dafter of John Railings and of Sarah his 
wife born July the : 10 : 1709 

John Railings the son of John Railings and of Sarah his wife 
born September the 14 1711 

Rebeckah Railings the Dafter of John Railings and of Sarah 
his wife born febauery 20 1713/14 

Stephen Railings the Son of John Railings and of Sarah his 
wife born may the : 8 1716 

Robart Railings the Son of John Railings and of Sarah his 
wife born September the 3 1719 

Love Ladd the Dafter of Nathaniel Ladd and of mercy his 
wife born march the: 6 1719 

(S. T. R., 1 : 221,) 

James Chace the Son of Jonathan and Johannah Chace Born 
August the 2 day 1718 

Thomas the Son of Jonathan and Johannah Chace Born June 
the: 26: 1720 

Epheram the Son of Samuell and Mary Green Born Novem- 
ber the: 19 1718 

Abegail the Dafter of Samuell and Mary Green Born Au- 
gust the : 10 : 1720 

Abegail the Dafter of Danil and Mary Moodey Born Septem- 
ber: the 11-1720 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 191 

Ebeneazer the Son of John and Abaigall Patt born March the 
:20 1717 

David the Son of John [and] Abaigall Patt born august the : 
14 1719 

Joseph the Son of Edward and Elizabeth fiffield born march 
the 15 1721 

Thomas the Son of Thomas and Sarah Wiggin born Septem- 
ber the 13 day 1720 

(S. T. R., 1 : 222.) 

Abram the Son of Danil and Elizabeth Tillton born December 
:the 10: 1709 

Mehitabell the Dafter of Danil and Elizabeth Tillton born : 
September the : 16 1711 

Elizabeth the Dafter of Danil and Elizabeth Tillton born 
September : the : 28 1713 

Lediea the Dafter of Danil and Elisabeth Tillton born May 
the: 1:1716 

Danil the Son of Danil and Elisabeth Tillton born Septem- 
ber the : 9 1720 

Jonathan the Son of James and Mary Roberson born feb- 
reuarery the : 13 1721 

Olive the Dafter of Joshua and Abegail Neall born Decem- 
ber the : 15 1721 

Robert the Son of Abram and Damaris Morgin born August 
the 14 1710 

Abaigail the Dafter of Abram and Damaris Morgin born 
march the : 14 1713 

Abram the Son of Abram and Damaris Morgin born Jan- 
auary the : 18 1715 

Mary the Dafter of Abram and Damaris Morgin born march 
the 17 1720 

Hannah the Dafter of Moses and Anne Chandler born 
november the 9 1721 

Thomas the Son of Samuel and Mary Green born December 
the 26 1722 

Richard and Samuel the two Sons of William and Rachel 
Scammon both born November the 17 1722 

Jud.de the Dafter of Thomas and Marce Bryer born July the 
18 1720 (S. T. R., 1:223.) 

Hannah the Dafter of Danil and Mary Moodey born Septem- 
ber the : 4 : day : 1722 

Sarah the Dafter of Danil and Mary Moody born : August 
the: 18: day: 1724 



192 GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF STRATHAM. 

Thomas the Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bryer born 

September : the 30 1724 
Abegail the Dafter of Stephen and Sarah Thurston born 

April the: 1: day 1725 
Debrah the Dafter of Samuel and Mary Green born march 

the: 25: 1726 
Sarah the Dafter of John and Anna Hannaford Born feb- 

ruary the : 23 : Day : 1725/6 
Charity the Dafter of Abram and Damaris Morgin Born 

March the : 23 : 1727 
James the Son of William and Rachel Scammon born Novem- 
ber the : 10 1725 
Joseph the Son of Joseph and Sarah Palmer born January 

the 15: day: 1725/6 
Jeremiah the Son of Joseph and Sarah Palmer born August 

the 15 day 1727 
Elizabeth the Dafter of William and Rachel Scammon born 

August the 13 1728 
Simon the first son of George and Hannah Veasey was born 

October the 28 day 1720 
George the Son of George and Hannah veasey born Decem- 
ber the: 12: day: 1722 
Judah the Dafter of George and Hannah Veasey born 

November the 21 day 1724 

(S. T. R., I : 224.) 
Simon the Son of George and Hannah Veasey born May the 

: 9 day 1727 
Thomas the Son of George and Hannah veasey born Decem- 
ber the 19 1729 
Richard the Son of Abraham and Damaris Morgain born 

August the 20 day 1730 
Barnabas the Son of William and Rachel Scamond born 

April the 27 : day 1733 
Jonathan the Son of Joseph and Anne Jewett born October 

the 22 1727 
Joseph the Son of Joseph and Anne Jewett born June the 

: 13 day 1729 
Anne the Dafter of Joseph and Anne Jewett born September 

the: 16 day 1731 
Alary the Dafter of Joseph and Anne Jewett born October 

the: 6 .-day 1733 
Elisibeth the Dafter of Abraham and Abigail Tilton Born 

December the 24 day 1733 









INDEX OP PERSONS. 



Abbit, see Abbott. 
Abbott, Joseph, 22. 

Reuben, 181. 

Richard, 10. 

Walter, 9, 10, 22. 
Accaby, Thomas, 12. 
Adams, Abel, 13. 

Charles, 178. 

Elizabeth L., 102, 

George H., 102. 

Hugh, 180. 

Phebe, 180. 

Rebecca, 180. 

Samuel, 102, 180. 

Susanna, 180. 
Alcock, Benjamin, 19. 

Joseph, 19. 

Keturah, 19. 
Alin, see Allen. 
Allen, Abigail, 111. 

Ann, 52. 

Charles, 10, 13. 

Dorcas, 116. 

Elijah, 61, 120, 123. 

Elizabeth, 52, 57, 120, 123, 140. 

Francis, 52, 53, 56, 57, 64. 

Hannah, 51, 52, 53, 56. 

Jedediah, 65, 116, 121. 

Lydia, 56, 64. 

Mary, 53, 57, 64. 

Samuel, 140. 

Sarah, 64, 116, 121, 123. 
Allt, John, 178. 
Amazeen, Christopher, 21, 22. 

John, 11. 
Amenteene, see Amazeen. 
Angier, Calvin, 101. 

Charles, 101. 

Jefferson, 102. 

John, 101, 102, 106. 

Joseph, 106. 

Luther, 101. 

Rebecca, 102. 

Sophia, 101. 
Applebee, William, 155. 
Archer, Mary. 46. 
Atkins, Joseph, 10. 
Atkinson, Joseph, 13. 

Theodore, 22. 
Austin, Andrew, 118, 123, 124, 125, 
12S, 162. 



Austin, Ann, 52. 

Anna, 125, 168, 170. 

Anne, 53, 57. 

Benjamin, 53, 60, 64. 

Catherine, 54, 56, 57, 60, 63, 

113, 169. 

Elijah, 63, 126, 169. 

Elizabeth, 61, 162, 168. 

Hannah, 126, 169. 

James, 171. 

John, 123. 

Joseph, 177. 

Mary, 56, 118, 123, 124, 125, 
128, 162, 165, 168, 170, 171, 
174. 

Mercy, 123. 

Moses, 64, 119, 162, 165, 168. 

Nathaniel, 51, 54, 56, 57, 60, 
63, 113, 117, 118, 168, 170, 
171, 174. 

Nicholas, 57. 

Phebe, 54, 119, 126, 162, 165, 
168. 

Rebecca, 56, 162. 

Samuel, 52. 

Sarah, 51, 54, 60, 63, 64, 113, 
117, 119, 128, 174. 

Thomas, 51, 52, 53. 
Avery, Thomas, 9, 13. 
Ayers, Alice, 16. 

Edward, 16. 

Elizabeth, 18. 

Sarah, 18. 
Babcock, A. Emerson, 108. 

A. J., 108. 

Charles H.. 108. 

Edward, 108. 

Isaiah, 108. 

James, 108. 

Stephen, 107, 108. 
Bachelder, Alexander, 6, 9. 

Nahum J., 30. 
Bacheler, see Bachelder. 
Baggs, Philip, 22. 
Baker, John, 179. 
Ballard, Abigail, 101. 

Elizabeth, 101. 

Joshua, 101. 

Lydia. 101. 

Mary, 101. 

Sarah, 99, 101. 



194 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Ballard, Timothy, 99. 
Bampton, Ambrose, 57, 114. 

Hannah, 57. 

John, 57. 

Mary, 114. 

Rebecca, 114. 
Banfield, John, 12. 
Bangs, Cyrus, 170. 

Elizabeth, 170. 

James, 170. 
Barsham, John, 12. 
Bartlett, Rhoda E., 17:J. 
Barto, Abraham, 22. 
Barton, Edward, 5, 9, 10. 

Mr., 3. 
Bass, Gillam, 110. 

Moses B., 110. 
Bassett, Daniel, 166, 176. 

Hannah, 161. 

John, 161, 166, 176. 

Ruth, 161, 106, 176. 
Bats. Mary, 92. 
Bean, Abigail, 166, 175. 

Benjamin, 163. 

Gideon, 167. 

Hannah, 167, 175, 176. 

James, 166, 175. 

Jeremiah, 168. 

Joel, 166, 168, 171, 176. 

John, 171. 

Joshua, 167. 

Lydia, 163. 

Mary, 166, 168, 171, 176. 

Rachel, 163. 
Beard, Thomas, 179. 

William, 178. 
Beck, Caleb, 12. 

Elizabeth, 15. 

Henry, 9, 10, 179. 

Mr., 13. 
Beede, Anna, 120. 

Cyrus, 123, 172. 

Daniel, 118, 121, 122, 123, 124. 

Dorothy, 123, 163. 

Elijah, 163. 

Hannah F., 175. 

Janathan, 120. 

John, 175. 

Judith, 172. 

Martha. 121. 

Mary, 118. 

Mary Ann, 176. 

Miriam, 176. 

Moses, 175, 176. 

Nathan, 122, 163. 

Patience, 118, 121, 123. 124. 

Phebe, 124. 

Sarah, 118. 

Stephen, 172. 



Belknap, Mr., 100, 
Bell, Mesheck, 22. 

Thomas, 22. 
Benmore, Charles, 11. 

Philip, 10, 
Bennett, Abigail, 102. 

Eleazer, 157. 

John, 102. 
Berry, Abigail, 40, 83, 90. 

Abigail M., 144. 

Ann, 34, 

Benjamin, 40. 

Charity, 40. 

Clarissa L., 144. 

Ebenezer, 40, 90. 

Eleanor, 40, 90, 138, 139. 

Elizabeth, 144. 

Elizabeth M., 144. 

Ephraim, 34. 

Esther, 45, 46, 144. 

Hannah, 47, 89, 90, 95, 137, 138. 

Hannah L., 136. 

Huldah, 90. 

Isaac, 92. 

Jacob, 47, 92. 

James, 13, 34, 90. 

James T., 90. 

Jeremiah, 89, 90, 138, 139. 

John, 13, 46, 47. 

John W. P., 144. 

Joseph H., 144. 

Joseph J., 136. 

Jotham, 92. 

.Jotham S., 144. 

Judith. 139. 

Kezia, 40 

Levi, 89, 136. 

Love, 137, 138, 139. 

Lydia, 138. 

Martha M., 144. 

Mary, 40, 89, 136, 137, 144. 

Merrifield, 40, 90. 

Nathaniel, 46, 144. 

Nathaniel F., 144. 

Nehemiah, 47. 

Olive, 90, 136. 

Patience, 89, 139. 

Rachel, 40, 92. 

Ruth, 40. 

Samuel, 83, 144. 

Samuel B., 138. 

Samuel F., 144. 

Sarah, 47, 89, 136, 138, 144. 

Simon, 40. 

Solomon, 89. 

Stephen, 34. 

Susanna, 40. 47. 

William, 3, 4, 5, 9, 89, 137, 138, 
139. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



195 



Berry, Zachariah, 92. 
Bickford, Edward, 12. 

James, 103. 

John, 178. 

Moses, 173. 

Priscilla, 173. 

Samuel, 103. 
Billing, John, 3. 
Binns, Jonas, 178. 
Black, Elisha, 93, 94, 

Hannah, 94. 

Mary, 93, 94. 
Blunt, Elizabeth, 20. 

John, 23, 28. 

Robert, 20. 
Blydenburg, Clarissa, 105. 

Hannah, 105. 

John, 105. 

Margaret, 105. 

Mary, 105. 
Bond, Esther, 84. 

John, 84. 

Mary, 84. 
Bonham, Hannah, 149. 

Hezekiah, 149. 

Mary, 149. 

Nicholas, 149. 

Samuel, 149. 

Sarah, 149. 
Boudy, Edward, 22. 
Brackett, Ann, 26. 

Anthony, 3, 5, 9, 12. 

Eleanor, 90. 

John, 25. 

Love, 26, 90. 

Lydia, 25, 26. 

Mary, 26. 

Phebe, 26. 

Samuel, 25, 26, 89, 90. 

Thomas, 13. 
Bradley, Winfield S., 109. 
Branson, George, 179. 
Bratton, Noah, 23. 
Breed, Daniel, 165. 

Ruth. 165. 

Zephaniah, 165. 
Brewster, John. 10, 12. 
Bridges, Joseph, 63. 

Mary, 63. 

Sarah, 63. 
Briggs, Ezra, 176. 

Joseph. 176. 

Marv, 176. 
Broad, William, 11. 
Brookin, William, 9, 12. 
Broughton, Thomas, 10. 
Brown, Abigail, 85, 93, 127, 165, 
170. 

Alice. 165. 



Brown, Anna H., 170. 

Comfort, 141. 

Delia, 165. 

Elizabeth, 45, 85, 93. 

Jacob, 186. 

Jeremiah, 165. 

John, 72, 93, 140, 165. 

John S. J., 141. 

Jonathan, 85, 93. 

Joseph, 45, 85, 93. 

Lydia, 127. 

Martha, 186. 

Mary, 45, 85, 93, 186. 

Patience, 72. 

Richard, 85. 

Samuel, 72, 85. 

Susanna, 85. 

William, 127, 165, 170. 
Bryant, James, 22. 
Bryer, Abigail, 188. 

Charles, 186. 

Elizabeth, 192. 

Oiles, 186. 

Judith, 191. 

Mary, 186. 

Mercy, 191. 

Peter, 188. 

Thomas, 183, 188, 191, 192. 
Bucker, John, 13. 
Buckley, Richard, 22. 
Buffum, Caleb, 68, 69, 122, 123. 

Dorcas, 122. 

Elizabeth, 61, 66, 68, 69, 71, 

119. 120, 122, 162. 
Hannah, 123, 126, 127, 170. 
Isaac, 127. 

John, 71, 120, 126, 127. 

Joseph, 51. 

Joshua, 61, 66, 68, 69, 71, 119, 

120, 122, 162. 
Lydia, 122. 
Margaret, 126. 
Mary, 61. 
Samuel, 119, 170. 
Temperance, 123. 
Timothy, 170. 

Bunker, Love, 100. 

Lydia, 126, 163. 

Paul. 126, 163. 

Simeon, 126, 163. 
Burnham. Abigail, 101. 

Elliot G., 106. 

Hannah, 106. 

John, 102, 155. 

Joseph, 102. 

Joseph S., 101. 

Mr., 106. 

Robert, 101. 
Burnap, Jacob, 152. 



196 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Burt, F., 159. 
Caldwell, Abigail, 09. 

Elizabeth, 09, 110. 

William, 09, 110. 
Callam, Bethiah, 117. 

Caleb, 117. 
Campion, Clement, 7, 8. 

Mr., 7, 9. 
Canney, Anna, 170, 172. 

Deborah, 71, 108, 109. 

Elizabeth, 51, 09, 115, 108, 170. 

Ichabod, 04, 00, 71. 

Isaac, 04. 

John, 51, 59 127, 109, 170, 
172. 

Joseph, 51, 108, 109. 

Love, 128, 172. 

Mary, 51, 09. 

Moses, 00. 

Peace N., 175. 

Rose, 54, 55, 59. 

Susanna, 55, 04, 00, 71. 

Thomas, 54, 55, 59, 09, 115, 

177, 180. 

William, 59. 
Card, John, 21. 
Cario, Abigail, 15. 

William, 16. 
Carr, Mary, 181. 
Carter, Edward, 11. 
Carteret, Philip, 145. 
Cartland, Abigail, 115. 

Anna, 101, 102, 100. 

Eunice, 08. 

John, 50. 

Jonathan, 102. 

Joseph, 50, 03, 08, 71, 113, 115, 
101, 102, 100. 

Lydia, 50, 08, 71, 113, 115, 101. 

Miriam, 71. 

Pelatiah, 113. 

Sarah, 100. 
Caswell, Asa, 143. 

Charles O., 143. 

Dorcas, 143. 

John, 142. 

Joseph, 143. 

Mary, 142, 143. 

Mary E., 142. 

Michael, 143. 

Richard, 142. 

Samuel, 142. 

William, 143. 
Cate. Samuel, 12. 
Cater, Henry F., 109. 
Catlen, see Cartland. 
Chace, see Chase. 
Chadwick, James, 21. 
Chamberlain, John, 83. 



Chamberlain, Lydia, 82. 

Mary, 82, 83. 

Samuel, 83. 

William, 82, 83, 92. 
Champernowne, Capt., 9. 

Francis, 8. 
Chandler, Anne, 191. 

Hannah, 191. 

Moses, 191. 

Mr., 10. 
Chase, Abner, 104, 105. 

James, 190. 

Joanna, 190. 

Jonathan, 190. 

Lucy, 85. 

Moses, 85. 

Philip. 105. 

Rebecca, 104, 105. 

Stephen, 28. 

Thomas, 190. 
Chasely, see Chesley. 
Chatterton, Michael, 3. 

Mr., 9. 
Cheney, Harry M., 30. 
Chesley, Abigail, 104. 

Alfred, 154, 158. 

Benjamin, 104, 154, 

Clarissa, 154. 

Curtis E,. 159. 

Deborah, 104. 

Eliza, 159 

Elizabeth, 150, 

Ezra, 154. 

Hannah, 104, 155. 

Harriet, 159. 

Isaac, 104. 

Israel, 104. 

James, 104. 

Jane, 159. 

Jeremiah, 154. 

John, 159, 100. 

Joseph, 154, 155, 159. 

Joseph R., 154, 

Laura J., 158. 

Lemuel, 07. 

Mary, 104, 159. 

Miles, 104. 

Nancy, 104. 

Octavia, 158. 

Philip, 178. 

Sarah, 07, 159. 

Sophia, 154. 

Susanna, 104, 154. 

Thomas. 104, 154. 

Valentine, 104. 
Clark, Anne, 188, 189. 

Daniel, 113. 

Ebenezer, 92. 

Edward, 10, 11. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



197 



Clark, Izette, 113. 

Jacob, 21, 22. 

James, 62, 63, 68. 

Joanna, 188. 

John, 10, 11, 14, 22, 188, 189. 

Jonathan, 68, 113, 188. 

Joseph, 189. 

Josian, 12. 

Martha 62. 

Mary, 188. 

Nicholas, 189. 

Remembrance, 63. 

Sachwell, 188. 

Samuel, 12. 

Sarah, 63, 68. 

Zipporah, 188. 
Clary, Joseph W., 159. 
Cleveland, Rachel, 183. 
Clement, Robert, 12. 
Clifford, Elizabeth, 83. 

Hannah, 84. 

Peter, 84, 93. 
Clough, Lucy, 112. 

Susanna, 112. 
Cloutman, John, 115. 

Mercy, 115. 

Sarah, 115. 
Coats, Robert, 22. 

Sarah, 131. 
Coe, Abigail, 98, 154. 

Anna, 98. 

Benjamin, 98. 

Curtis, 98, 102, 154. 

Ebenezer, 98. 

John, 98. 

Joseph, 98. 

Mary, 98. 

Matthew, 3. 
Coffin, Benjamin. 72, 118. 

Elihu, 72, 118. 

Jedidah, 72, 118. 
Cogan, Mary H., 153. 

Stephen, 153. 

Susan, 153. 

William, 153. 
Cogswell, William, 183. 
Cole, Caleb, 163. 

Christopher, 122. 

Elizabeth, 66, 122, 125, 163. 

Eunice, 125. 

Frank T., 182. 

James, 126. 

John, 66, 122, 125, 126, 163. 
Coleman, Anna, 110. 
Colverwell, George, 22. 
Commons, see Cummings. 
Condon, Edward, 22. 
Conner, see Connor. 
Connor, Benjamin, 64. 



Connor, George, 64. 

Joseph, 41, 81. 

Martha, 64. 

Mary, 41, 81. 

Samuel, 21, 41. 

Sarah, 81. 
Cooper, James R., 11. 
Corbett, Abraham, 11. 
Cos well, Cary, 22. 
Cotton, Comfort, 93. 

William, 9, 10, 12. 
Couch, Dr., 11. 
Cowell, Edward, 12. 
Cram, Benjamin, 181. 

David, 112. 

John, 181. 

John G., 112, 181. 

Jonathan, 112. 

Joseph, 181. 

Mary, 112. 

Nancy P., 112. 

Nathan. 181. 

Samuel, 112. 

Uriah, 181. 

William, 112. 
C ranch, Andrew 12. 

Francis, 25. 

John, 21. 
Crane, Mrs. Edward M., 181. 
Creber, Thomas, 13. 
Crewsy, Barnaby, 21. 
Crouders, see Crowther. 
Crowther, John, 3, 5. 
Cummings, Richard, 9, 10, 12. 
Currier, Caleb, 22. 

Jeff., 10. 
Cushing, Rev. Mr., 98. 
Cutt, John, 10, 12. 

Richard, 6, 9, 10, 12. 
Daily, John, 22. 
Dalton, Hannah, 94. 
Dame, Abigail, 157, 165, 172. 

Caroline, 172. 

Hannah, 165. 

John, 177. 

Jonathan, 69. 

Joseph, 157. 

Mary, 69. 

Mercy, 69. 

Richard, 165, 172. 
Damme, see Dame. 
Danforth, Sarah, 181. 
Daniel, Thomas, 12. 
Daniels, Charity, 64. 

Jacob, 64. 

Sarah, 64. 
Davis, Daniel, 103. 

Henry, 103. 

John, 103. 



198 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Davis, Robert, 4, 10. 

Stephen, 103. 

William, 13. 
Dearborn, Bethiah, 186. 

Hannah, 186. 

John, 186. 

Jonathan, 186. 
Deering, Henry, 11. 
Demeritt, Avis, 105. 

Elizabeth, 105. 

James M., 106. 

James Y., 79. 

Jane, 105. 

John L., 106. 

Jonathan, 104. 

Mary, 105. 

Nathaniel, 105. 

Samuel, 106. 

Sarah, 106. 

Susan, 105. 

Thomas J., 106. 

William, 105. 
Dennett, John, 12. 

Lawrence, 22. 
Dennis, Thomas, 10. 
Derbon, see Dearborn. 
Derman, see Dermont. 
Dermont, Usher, 11. 
Doe, Benjamin, 155. 

Ebenezer, 155. 

Hannah, 155. 

John, 103. 

Joseph, 155. 

Joshua, 155. 
Dolbe, see Dolby. 
Dolbeer, see Dolby. 
Dolby, Abigail, 88, 93. 

Daniel, 38. 

Hannah, 48, 87, 88, 93. 

Israel, 48. 

John, 83. 

Jonathan, 38, 48, 83, 87, 88, 
93. 

Mary, 38. 

Nicholas, 38, 87. 

Ruth, 48, 87. 

Sarah, 38, 48. 

Stephen, 88. 
Done, see Dunn. 
Dore, Richard, 12. 
Douglas, Cornelius, 122. 

Elijah, 122. 

Phebe, 122. 
Doust, see Dowst. 
Dow, Abraham, 61, 63. 

Charity, 96. 

Hannah, 96, 120, 123, 126, 163, 
173. 

Henry, 96. 



Dow, Isaac, 96. 

James, 96. 

Jedediah, 63. 

John, 85, 173. 

Jonathan, 61, 123. 

Martha, 96. 

Mary, 85, 96, 120, 129. 

Moses, 120, 123, 126, 163, 173. 

Paul, 163. 

Phebe, 61, 63. 

Susanna, 85. 
Downs, Anna T., 140. 

Elizabeth, 140, 143. 

Samuel, 140, 143. 

Samuel W., 143. 
Dowst, Abial, 41, 43, 44. 

Comfort, 41. 

Elizabeth. 41, 43, 44, 88. 

John, 41, 88. 

Jonathan, 88. 

Mary, 41, 44. 

Ozem, 41, 88, 137. 

Rachel, 43, 44. 

Samuel, 43, 44. 

Sarah, 41, 43. 

Simeon, 44. 

Solomon, 43, 44. 

Thomas, 43. 
Drake, Elizabeth, 149. 

Francis, 149. 

John, 149. 

Mary, 149. 

Nathaniel, 12, 13. 
Drew, Abigail, 70. 

Daniel, 71. 

Dorothy, 71. 

Ebenezer, 70, 114. 

Elijah, 154. 

James, 12. 

Love, 54, 71. 114. 

Mary, 54. 

Rebecca, 101. 

Samuel C, 154. 

Sarah, 70, 114. 

William, 54, 178. 
Drisco, Elizabeth, 16. 

James, 16. 
Drue, see Drew. 
Due, Thomas, 12. 
Dunn, Anne, 150. 

Benajah, 150. 

Benjamin, 150. 

Elizabeth, 150. 

Ephraim, 148. 

Esther, 150. 

Experience, 150. 

Francis, 149, 150. 

Hannah, 150. 

Hezekiah, 150. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



199 



Dunn, Hugh, 146, 148, 149, 150. 

James, 150. 

Jeremiah, 150. 

John, 148, 150. 

Jonathan, 150. 

Joseph, 150. 

Lokiah, 150. 

Martha, 150. 

Mary, 149, 150. 

Micajah, 150. 

Nehemiah, 150. 

Phineas, 150. 

Rachel, 150. 

Rebecca, 150. 

Richard, 148. 

Ruth, 150. 

Samuel, 150. 

Thomas, 148. 

William, 148. 

Zacharias, 150. 
Dunham, Benjamin, l75. 

Edmund, 149. 

Franklin D., 175. 

Sybil, 175. 
Durgin, Charles, 154. 

Daniel. 153. 

Drusilla, 180. 

Ebenezer, 153, 154. 

Elizabeth, 153. 

Ezra, 154. 

James, 103, 152, 153. 

John, 180. 

John F., 152. 

Joseph, 153. 

Lettice, 152. 

Margaret, 152. 

Martha, 153. 

Mary, 153. 

Rebecca, 103. 

Samuel, 152, 153. 

Susan, 153. 

Susanna, 153, 180. 

Trueworthy, 153. 

Zebulon, 153. 
Earle, William, 10, 12. 
Easman, see Eastman. 
Eastman, Miriam, 28. 
Eaton, Abigail. 166. 
Edgerly. Elizabeth. 102, 103, 104. 

Elizabeth T., 104. 

James A., 29, 31. 

Jonathan, 103, 104. 

Larkin, 103, 104. 

Robert, 102. 

Robert T., 104. 

Samuel, 102, 103. 

Sarah, 103, 104. 

William, 103, 104. 
Edmonds, Jonathan. 137. 



Edwards, Morgan, 147. 
Elatson, Elizabeth, 17. 
Elkins, Abigail, 142. 

Catherine, 36, 48, 94. 

Dorothy, 165. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

Hannah, 48. 

Henry, 36, 48, 94, 141. 

James, 141. 

Joanna, 48. 

John, 175. 

Mary, 36, 142, 175. 

Mary E., 175. 

Olive, 141, 142. 

Richard, 165. 

Samuel, 94, 141, 142, 

Sarah, 165. 

William, 142. 
Ellingwood, Eunice, 181. 

John, 22. 
Ellins, Anthony, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12. 
Elliott, Abigail, 24. 

Robert, 10. 
Ellis, Lawrence, 22. 
Emerson, Abigail, 99, 100, 155. 

Andrew, 155. 

Elizabeth, 155. 

Hannah, 105. 

Harriet, 153. 

James, 153. 

John, 26. 

Joshua F., 152. 

Mary, 153, 155. 

Nathaniel, 155. 

S., 105. 

Samuel, 100. 

Samuel T., 152, 153. 

Timothy, 50, 153, 155. 
Emery, Anthony, 180. 
Estes, Benjamin, 49, 55, 64, 
114. 

Elijah, 50, 55, 70, 120. 

Elizabeth, 49, 50, 55, 64, 70. 

Esther, 173. 

Henry, 49, 50, 55, 64, 65, 70. 

Jedediah, 173. 

John, 70, 173. 

Joseph, 50, 51, 55, 61, 120. 

Keturah, 114. 

Mary, 50, 55, 61, 65, 70. 

Rebecca, 114. 

Robert, 70. 

Sarah, 51, 65, 70, 120, 102. 

Susanna, 55. 
Evans, Benjamin, 63. 

Edward, 174. 

Elizabeth, 63, 67. 

Hanson, 174. 

Joseph, 63, 67. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Evans, Mary*, 67*, 174. 

Mercy*, 67, 164. 

Solomon, 67. 

William, 9. 
Eye res, M., 10. 
Falch, Anna, 163. 

Hannah, 163. 

Parker, 163. 
Farmer, Abigail, 181. 

Edward, 111. 

Mary, 111. 

Phebe, 111. 
Farnham, Abigail D., 158. 

Andrew J. A., 158. 

Delia F., 158. 

Eliza A., 158. 

John, 158. 

John H., 158. 

Susan, 158, 

Susan G., 158. 
Fellows, William, 20. 
Ferguson, Gilbert, 11. 
Fernald, Diamond, 170. 

Eunice, 170. 

Gilbert, 28. 

Henry W., 30. 

John, 11. 

Margaret, 170. 

Mark, 28. 

Mary, 28. 

Renald, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. 

Samuel, 12. 

Widow, 10. 

William H., 80, 112. 
Ffrost, see Frost. 
Field, Darby, 110, 178. 

Joseph, 21. 

Sarah, 152. 

Stephen, 110. 

Zachary, 110. 
Fifield, Benjamin, 190. 

Dorothy, 190. 

Edward, 183, 190, 191. 

Elizabeth, 190, 191. 

John, 190, 

Jonathan, 190. 

Joseph, 191. 

Mary, 190. 

Moses, 190. 
Fletcher, Mr., 12. 
Follonsby, Thomas, 12. 
Folsom, Abigail, 70. 

Asa. 154. 

Elizabeth, 154. 

Hannah, 166. 

John, 176. 

John L., 176. 



Folsom, Joshua, 70, 165. 

Mary, 70. 

Mehitable, 175. 

Samuel, 166. 
Footman, John, 103. 

Thomas, 179. 

William, 103. 
Fors, see Foss. 
Forst, see Foss. 
Foss, Abigail, 47. 

Benjamin, 144. 

Dorcas, 144. 

Dorothy, 85. 

Elizabeth, 132. 

Hinkson, 92. 

Jael, 144. 

Jane, 92. 

Job, 85. 

John, 10, 47, 81. 

Joshua, 144. 

Mary, 44, 81, 144. 

Nathaniel, 43. 

Samuel, 44. 

Sarah, 47, 85, 144. 

Wallis, 44. 

William, 50, 144. 

Willis, 81. 

Zachariah, 22. 
Foster, E. W., 182. 

Jacob, 93. 

Joseph, 79, 109. 
Fowler, Clarissa, 158. 

Daniel, 157. 

Eliza, 158. 

George, 158. 

J aims, 158. 

John, 147, 158. 

Joseph, 158. 

Lodowick, 12. 

Mary, 158. 
Frederick, Christopher, 21, 22, 23. 
French, Elijah, 157. 
Friend, Abigail, 68. 

Abraham, 68. 
Frost, Abigail, 24. 

Andrew P., 24. 

Anna, 32. 

Charles, 24. 

Elizabeth, 17. 

George, 105, 157. 

John, 21, 22, 23, 24. 

Joseph, 24. 

Margery, 23. 

Mary, 23, 24. 

Samuel, 21. 

Sarah, 24. 

William, 24. 



*See note on page 164. 



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201 



Frye, Abigail, 58, 61, 64, 65, 115. 

Alice, 62. 

Benjamin, 62, 67, 69, 70, 163. 

Ebenezer, 61, 64, 127. 

Hannah, 52, 57, 58, 125. 

John, 127. 

Joseph, 118. 

Judith, 125. 

Martha, 58. 

Mary, 125, 127, 163. 

Roland, 67, 125. 

Ruth, 69, 125. 

Sarah, 57, 62, 67, 69, 70, 118. 

Silas, 70, 125, 163. 

Susanna, 118. 

William, 51, 52, 57, 58, 61, 64, 
65, 115. 
Fryer, James, 11. 

John, 22. 

Mr., 11. 

Nathaniel, 11. 
Fuller, Elizabeth, 34, 36, 39. 

George, 82. 

James, 34. 

Jeremiah, 34, 82. 

Joanna, 36, 37, 38, 39. 

Joseph, 36, 37, 38, 39, 92. 

Love, 34. 

Mary, 34, 37, 82. 

Richard, 82. 
Furber, William, 178. 
Furnel, see Fernald. 
Furson, Thomas, 8, 9, 179. 
Garland, Elizabeth, 103. 

Francis, 103. 

J., 103. 

Jacob, 103. 

Mary L., 140. 

Mehitable, 140, 141. 

Moses L., 141. 

Peter, 140, 141. 

Samuel, 94. 

Sarah, 103, 140. 

William, 140. 
Gass, see Goss. 
Gerrish, Benjamin, 14. 

Hannah, 151. 

Mehitable, 14. 
Giauque, Mary M., 112. 
Gibbins, see Gibbons. 
Gibbons, Ambrose. 3, 178, 180. 
Gibson, Richard, 2. 
Giles, Matthew, 178. 

Susan, 158. 
Oilman, Benjamin, 80. 

Charles, 146. 

Elizabeth, 25. 

Jeremiah, 80. 

Mary, 80. 



Glandtield, Peter, 12. 
Gleeden, Charles, 11. 
Goddard, James, 114. 

John, 177. 

Sarah. 115. 

Silas, 114. 
Godfrey, Elizabeth, 183. 
Goff, Patrick, 22. 
Goodale, Lydia, 111. 
Goodwin, Dorcas, 127. 

Lydia, 127. 

Willoughby, 127. 
Goss, Abigail, 48, 85. 

Elizabeth, 141, 142. 

Esther, 44, 45. 

James, 142. 

James M., 142. 

Jean, 183. 

Jethro, 44, 45. 

Jonathan, 47. 

Jose, 137. 

Levi, 44, 45. 

Margaret, 48. 

Martha, 83. 

Mary, 44. 

M. D., 142. 

Michael D„ 142. 

Rachael, 48. 

Richard, 47, 48. 

Salome, 47. 

Samuel, 44. 

Sarah, 44, 142. 

Tobias T., 142. 
Gotfree, see Godfrey. 
Gould, Elizabeth, 118, 127, 167. 

Isaiah, 116, 125. 

Lydia, 58, 62, 66. 

Martha, 116, 125, 127. 

Mary, 119. 

Mussey, 58, 66, 116, 125, 127, 
167. 

Samuel, 58, 59, 62, 66, 119. 

Sarah, 62, 167. 
Gove, Daniel, 71, 117, 61. 

David, 117, 126. 

Edmund, 161. 

Edward, 68, 164, 176. 

Elizabeth, 176. 

James, 128. 

John, 68, 128, 164. 

Judith, 164. 

Martha, 126, 128. 

Rebecca, 71, 117, 161. 

Ruth, 68. 

Stephen M., 176. 
Graffum, see Grafham. 
Grafham, Stephen. 10, 11. 
Grafton, Anna, 80. 
Granden, Clement, 22. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Grant, Hannah, 15. 

John, 15. 

Peter, 21. 
Graves, William, 11. 
Gray, Simon, 22, 23. 
Green, Abial, 163, 170, 173. 

Abigail, 190. 

Abraham, 167. 

Charles, 142. 

David, 163, 173, 174. 

Deborah, 192. 

Dorcas M., 142, 143. 

Edmund, 11. 

Ephraim, 122, 142, 190. 

Huldah, 121, 166. 

Isaiah, 167. 

John, 142. 

Jonathan, 121, 166. 

Joseph, 142. 

Judith, 173, 174. 

Levi, 166. 

Lois, 167. 

Lydia, 122. 

Mary, i42, 190, 191, 192. 

Patience, 174. 

Richard, 142. 

Samuel, 190, 191, 192. 

Samuel M., 142. 

Sarah, 122, 170. 

Simon, 121, 163, 170. 

Thomas, 142, 191. 

Thomas L., 143. 
Greenough, Abigail, 24. 

Daniel, 21, 24, 2-5. 

Elizabeth. 25. 

John, 25. 

Nathaniel, 24. 

Robert, 24. 

Sarah, 24. 

Symonds, 25. 

William, 25. 
Griffin, Adoniram, 151. 

Hannah, 151. 

John, 151. 

Mary, 151. 

Nancy, 151. 

Philip, 9. 

William, 151. 

Winburn, 151. 
Griffith, Abigail, 17. 

Deborah, 15, 18. 

John, 15, IS. 

Mary, 15, 18. 

Mile's W., 17. 

Moses, 15, 18. 

Nathaniel, 15, 18. 

Samuel, 15, 17. 

William, 15, 18. 
Gubtayle, see Guptill. 



Guilford, Benjamin, 111. 

John, 111. 

Joseph, 111. 

Mary, 111. 

Rebecca, 111. 

Robert, 111. 

Simeon, 111. 

William, 111. 

W. W., 111. 
Guptill, Hannah, 68. 

Mary, 68. 

Thomas, 11, 68. 
Gurney, Caleb S., 32, 79, 109. 
Hacker, Anna, 170. 

Isaac, 170. 

Isaiah, 170. 
Hadley, Enos, 111. 
Haines, see Haynes. 
Hall, Esther, 144. 

Hatevil, 70. 

Jedediah, 70. 

Jeremiah, 110. 

John, 10, 13, 179. 

Joseph, 93, 144, 178, 180. 

Mary, 144. 

Rebecca, 180. 

Sarah, 70, 131. 
Ham, Mathew, 10. 

Moses, 80. 

William, 9, 12. 
Hammond, .Joseph, 23. 
Handesyde, Robert, 20. 
Hannaford, Anna, 189, 192. 

David, 189. 

John, 189, 192. 

Sarah, 192. 

Thomas, 189. 
Hanson, Aaron, 69. 

Abigail, 67, 113, 115, 124, 125. 
127, 169. 

Ahijah, 170. 

Ann 52. 

Anna, 65, 11:'., 115, 116, 117, 
119. 

Anne, 55, 57. 63, 68. 70, 163. 

Benjamin, 59. 

Caleb, 126, 103. 

Catherine. Ii~. 

Daniel, 162. 

Elizabeth. 53, 54, 57, 59, 62, 
71, 116. 

Ezra, 163. 

Hannah, 55, 70, 71, 72. 114, 
117, 162. 

Huldah, 67. 

Isaac, 53, 55, 67, 125. 

Jacob, 113. 

.lames, 59, 124, 162. 

Jeremy, 170. 



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203 



Hanson, Joanna, 60. 

John, 53, 54, 57, 61, 65, 67, 70, 

116, 117, 174. 
Joseph, 59, 116. 

Judith, 52, 62, 63, 64, 68, 69, 

115, 163. 
Kezia, 58, 59, 60. 
Lois, 72. 

Lydia, 56, 59, 113, 114. 
Margaret, 52, 53, 57, 59, 116. 
Martha, 56. 
Mary, 68, 72, 114, 116, 117, 

122, 125, 127, 128, 162, 

163, 167, 169. 
Maul, 53, 57, 68, 117, 119. 
Mercy, 64, 174. 
Miriam, 117, 171. 
Moses, 68, 122, 124, 128, 163, 

167, 169, 
Nathaniel, 56. 
Nicholas, 114. 
Patience, 51, 62, 70, 114, 165, 

167, 169, 170. 
Phebe, 61, 65, 67, 70. 
Priscilla, 72. 
Richard 115, 165, 167, 169, 

170. 
Robert, 53, 56, 59, 113, 171. 
Ruth, 167. 
Samuel, 60. 
Sarah, 51, 57, 61, 67, 70, 116, 

117, 119, 125, 126, 163, 105, 
170. 

Sargent, 171. 

Silas, 56, 67, 113, 115, 125, 127. 

Solomon, 55, 65, 68. 70, 113. 
115. 

Stephen, 56, 72, 114, 125, 127. 

Susanna, 122, 125. 

Thomas, 50, 52, 53, 55, 57, 59, 
70, 71, 72, 114. 117, 102. 

Timothy, 58, 59, 60, 114, 116, 
127. 

Tobias, 50, 52. 55, 57, 62. 03. 
04, 08, 69, 128. 

Zacheus, 05. 103. 17U. 
Harbut, Sylvester, 11. 
Harde. see Hardy. 
Hardon, Henry W., 79. 
Hardy, Timothy, 02. 
Hart, Abigail, 15, 111. 

John, 9, 10. 
Hartford, John. 51. 

William, 51. 
Harvey, Jane F., 99. 

Joakim. 11. 

John H.. 90. 

Peter. 22. 

Richard, 11. 



Harvey, Thomas, 12. 
Hatch, Elizabeth, 25. 
Hatten, Mark, 22. 
Haven, Joseph, 153. 

Samuel, 137. 
Hayes, Andrew, 22. 
Haynes, Richard, 22, 23. 

Samuel, 10, 13, 177. 

Sarah, 42. 
Hazlett, Charles A., 182. 
Hemins, John, 139. 
Hethersey, Robert, 179. 
Hicks, Samuel, 22. 
Hill, Amos, 121. 

Andrew W., 171. 

Catherine, 120. 

Dorothy, 110. 

Elizabeth, 171. 

Hannah, 55, 69, 70, 110. 

Huldah, 55. 

Isaac, 70. 

James, 154. 

Jerusha, 68. 

Joseph, 120, 121. 

Lydia, 154. 

Mary, 120, 121, 171. 

Rebecca, 57. 

Samuel, 51, 55, 56, 69, 70, 110. 

Simeon, 56. 

Valentine, 10. 
Hilton, Aaron, 181. 

Abigail, 181. 

Ann, 181. 

Calvin, 181. 

Ebenezer, 181. 

Elihu, 181. 

Eliza, 158. 

John, 179. 

John T., 181. 

Joseph, 181. 

Joshua, 181. 

Mary, 181. 

Morrill, 181. 

Moses. 181. 

Rachel, 181. 

Theophilus, 181. 

William. 181. 
Hincks, John, 21. 
Hinokson, Robert, 13, 

Thomas, 9. 
Hoag, Abner, 60. 

Benjamin, 58. 

David, 54. 

Enoch, 60, 116, 119, 121, 123. 

John, 58, 60. 

Jonathan, 54, 68. 

Joseph, 54. 

Judith, 117, 119. 121. 123. 

Lydia. 12:!. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Hoag, Martha, 54, 68. 

Mary, 60, 116. 

Moses, 174. 

Moses J., 174. 

Nathan, 68. 

Ruth, 174. 

Sarah, 58. 

Stephen, 121. 
Hobbs, Elizabeth J., 134. 

James, 133. 

Jonathan, 134. 

Lucy, 133, 134. 

Mary, 133, 134. 

Nathaniel, 234. 
Hobby, Anstrus, 126. 

Remington, 126. 
Hoddy, John, 16. 
Hodgdon, Israel, 55, 69. 

John, 69, 169. 

Mary, 69. 

Moses, 169. 

Patience, 171. 

Peter, 171. 

Sarah, 55. 

Susanna, 169. 
Hoitt, see Hoyt. 
Holicomb, Capt., 21. 
Holmes, Anna, 81. 

Deborah, 81. 

Elizabeth, 81, 82, 

Eperham, 81, 82. 

John, 12. 

Samuel, 82. 
Holt, Almira, 156. 

Daniel, 156. 

Elizabeth, 156. 

Enoch, 156. 

George W. G., 156. 

Henry, 156. 

Stephen, 156. 
Horn, Mary, 53. 

Sarah, 53. 

William, 53. 
Houlton, Benjamin, 111, 
Hoyt, Anne, 187. 

Charles W., 30. 

Esther, 186. 

George, 128. 

Hannah, 186, 187. 

Joseph, 186, 187. 

Lydia, 151. 

Rhoda, 128. 

Solomon, 128. 
Hubbard, Dorcas, 68. 

Hannah, 68. 

Heard, 68. 
Hull, Hopewell, 146. 



Humber, Humphrey, 7. 
Humphreys, David, 147. 
Humpkins, see Hunkins. 
Hunkins, Hercules, 7, 9, 10. 

John, 10, 12. 

Mark, 10, 12. 

Widow, 12. 
Huntington, Hannah, 124. 

John, 124. 

Moses, 124. 
Huntress, Anna, 20. 

Daniel, 17, 20. 

Joshua L., 20. 
Hurd, John, 167. 

Phebe, 167. 
Hussey, Abigail, 55, 64, 164. 

Anna, 62, 171. 

Bachelder, 55, 67, 125. 

Bethiah, 121. 

Christopher, 125, 164. 

Deborah, 72. 

Ebenezer, 55, 119. 123, 174. 

Elijah, 171. 

Elizabeth, 63, 64, 67, 69, 70, 
118, 164, 166. 

Eunice, 67, 72, 119, 123. 

Hannah, 64, 65, 70, 72, 113. 
122, 125, 166, 169. 

Hephzibah, 119. 

Huldah, 113, 117, 118. 

James, 123. 

Jane. 164, 171, 173. 

Job, 62. 

John, 169. 

Joseph, 63, 64, 67, 69, 70, 164. 

Margery, 62. 

Mary*, 64, 117, 124. 

Mercy*, 124, 164, 166, 171, 175. 

Miriam, 119, 123. 

Paul, 113, 117, 125, 171. 

Pelatiah, 174. 

Phebe, 64, 122, 123. 

Richard, 164. 

Robert, 164. 

Samuel, 67, 124, 164, 166, 171. 

Sarah, 125. 

Simeon, 169. 

Stephen, 67, 72, 119, 123. 

Susanna, 69. 

Sylvanus, 50, 55, 118, 125. 

Timothy, 166. 

William, 64, 65, 72, 122, 123, 
125, 166. 
Hutchins, Samuel, 100. 
Jackson, Daniel, 19. 

Elizabeth, 19. 

Joanna. 19. 



*See note on page 164. 



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205 



Jackson, John, 9, 11, 12, 19, 20. 

Joseph, 18, 21, 22. 

Mary, 18, 19. 

Richard, 10, 12. 

Ruth, 23. 

Samuel, 16, 19. 

Thomas, 10, 12. 

Widow, 12. 
Jaffrey, George, 19. 
Jeaneg, James, 83. 
Jenkins, Catherine, 171. 

Ebenezer, 122, 172. 

Edward, 173. 

Elijah, 58, 59, 114, 123, 172. 

Elizabeth, 53, 54, 58, 59, 61, 
63, 64, 114, 115, 117, 119, 
162. 

Ephraim, 168. 

Hannah, 54, 60, 165. 

Hope, 172. 

Isaiah, 115, 119, 174, 175. 

Jabez, 61, 64, 115, 117, 119. 

Jemina, 54. 

John, 171. 

Jonathan, 115, 168, 171. 

Joseph, 54, 55, 113, 171. 

Joshua, 123, 173. 

Kezia, 54. 

Lois, 171. 

Lydia, 122, 162. 

Mary, 58, 168. 

Meh'itable, 114, 123. 

Mercy, 171. 

Nathaniel, 171. 

Nicholas, 174. 

Phebe, 60, 63, 69, 113, 115, 
161. 

Renold, 51, 54, 58, 59, 64, 122, 
162. 

Ruth, 161, 163, 165, 169. 

Sarah, 123, 163, 171, 174, 175. 

Sybil, 173. 

Timothy, 168. 

William*, 60, 63, 69, 113, 115, 
161, 163, 165, 168. 
.lenness, Ann, 37. 

Anna, 28, 42. 

Benjamin, 86. 

Cyrus L., 182. 

Deliverance, 43. 

Elizabeth, 40, 46, 48, 133, 143. 

Elizabeth H., 143. 

Francis, 37, 48, 81, 82. 

Hannah, 36, 37, 39, 41, 42. 43. 
46, 86, 133. 

Hezekiah, 37. 

Isaac, 81, 129. 

Job, 36, 37, 39, 86, 96. 

John, 34, 36, 37, 40, 46, 92. 



Jenness, Jonathan, 81, 129. 

Joseph, 33, 129, 134. 

Joses, 133. 

Joshua, 42, 43, 92. 

Langdon S., 143. 

Lowell, 143. 

Lucy, 34. 

Mark, 36. 

Mary, 33, 37, 39, 40, 81, 96, 
129, 133, 134. 

Nathaniel, 37, 133. 

Noah, 133. 

Oliver, 143. 

Richard, 33, 37, 96, 129, 134, 
143. 

Rufus K., 143. 

Sarah, 40, 48, 81, 82, 86, 92, 
129, 134. 

Savell, 33. 

Simon, 133. 

Thomas, 37. 

William, 36. 
Jepson, Anna, 67. 

Jedediah, 116. 

Mary, 67, 116. 

William, 67, 116. 
Jewell, Daniel, 185. 

David, 185. 

Elizabeth, 185. 

Joseph, 185. 

Mary, 185. 

Sarah, 185. 

Susanna, 185. 
Jewett, Anne, 192. 

Jonathan, 192. 

Joseph, 192. 

Mark, 115. 

Mary, 115, 192. 

Moses, 115. 
Johnson, James, 3, 6, 9, 10, 11. 

John, 10, 13. 

Mary, 134. 

Peter, 134. 

Philip, 22. 

Thomas, 179. 
Johnston, Sarah, 150. 
Jones, Abiah, 93. 

Abigail, 101. 

Alexander, 5, 10, 11. 

Alice A., 157. 

Ann, 45. 

Anna, 167, 176. 

Anne, 82, 93. 

Catherine, 82. 

Comfort C, 156. 

Ebenezer, 101. 

Elizabeth, 19. 

Elizabeth E., 156. 

Ezekiel, 121. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Jones, Francis, 12. 

George, 10, 12. 

James, 167. 

John, 3, 9, 10, 45, 82, 93, 101. 

John P., 155, 156. 

Lydia S., 101, 121, 157. 

Mary, 45, 93. 

Mary S., 156. 

Nancy, 156. 

Philip, 121. 

Richard, 167, 176. 

Samuel, 32, 155. 

Sarah, 45, 101, 184. 

Stephen, 101. 

Stephen M., 101. 

Susan M., 156. 

Susanna, 82, 100, 101, 176. 

Thomas, 11, 101, 156. 

William, 3, 21, 22, 45, 101. 

William J., 157. 
Jordan, Richard, 21. 
Jose, Christopher, 12. 
Joy, Alfred, 152. 

Ebenezer, 152. 

Elizabeth, 152. 

Jacob, 152. 

Mary, 152. 

Mary S., 152. 

Samuel, 151, 152, 155. 

Sarah, 152. 

Susanna, 152, 155. 

Timothy M., 152. 
Keais, Mary, 16. 
Kelly, William, 22. 
Kemble, see Kimball. 
Keniston, John, 11, 13. 

Samuel, 183. 
Kennard, Elizabeth, 57, 72, 115. 

Michael, 54, 57. 

Samuel, 57, 72. 115. 

Susanna, 72. 
Kent, Oliver, 178. 

Richard, 157. 

Robert, 157. 
Kettle, John, 10, 11. 
Kidder, William, 112. 
Kimball, David, 11. 
King, Mary, 110. 

Richard, 5, 110. 
Kingman, Elijah, 86. 
Mary, 40, 86. 
Ruth, 86. 
William, 86. 
Kinsman, Thomas, 22. 
Knapp, Susan J., 182. 
Knight, Anne, 7, 8. 

Roger, 1, 6, 7, 8, 10. 
Knollys, Hanserd, 147. 
Knowles. Amos. 36. 



Knowles, David, 36. 

Deliverance, 44, 87. 

Ezekiel, 35, 36. 

Hannah, 35. 

James, 83. 

John. 42, 87. 

Joseph, 44, 86, 87. 

Love, 86, 87. 

Mary, 35, 36, 92. 

Mercy, 148. 

Rachel, 87. 

Samuel, 87. 

Sarah, 87. 

Simon, 44, 86. 
Knowlton, David, 180. 

Samuel, 181. 
Knox, Anna, 164. 

James, 164. 
Knox, see Nock. 
Ladd, Love, 190. 

Mercy, 190. 

Nathaniel, 190. 
Lamb, Bial, 11. 

Lamos, Abigail, 57, 63, 65, 121, 
122, 125. 

Deliverance, 57. 

Hannah, 121. 

James, 63, 119, 128. 

John, 128. 

Jonathan, 125. 

Kezia. 119. 

Nathaniel, 57, 63, 65, 121, 122, 
125. 

Sarah, 119, 121, 128. 
Lampere, see Lamprey. 
Lamperil, Benjamin, 34. 

Deborah, 34. 

Sarah, 34. 
Lamprey, Hannah, 92. 
Lander, John, 3. 
Landers, Rachel, 111. 
Lane, Ambrose, 5, 9. 

Daniel, 36. 

David, 46. 

Elizabeth, 93. 

Ezekiel, 41. 

Hannah, 36, 48. 

John, 36, 41, 46, 48, 81, 92. 

Mary, 41, 46, 48, 81. 

Nathan, 81. 
Lang, Benjamin, 96. 

Daniel, 20. 

Eleanor, 96. 

Elizabeth, 96. 

Hannah, 96. 

Robert, 12. 
Langdon, Hannah, 92. 

William, 22. 
Langley, Joseph, 102. 



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207 



Langley, Love, 156. 

Mary, 102. 

Thomas, 102. 
Langmaid, Deborah, 88. 

Henry, 21, 22. 

John, 88. 

Joseph, 22. 

William, 88. 
Langstaff, Henry, 179. 
Lanne, see Lane. 
Lapish, Hardison, 152. 

Lucy A., 155. 

Robert, 152. 

Temperance, 152. 

William, 22. 
Lattefar, see Lattefer. 
Lattefer, John, 12. 

Mr., 12. 
Law, Henry, 109. 
Layton, see Leighton, 
Leach, Elijah, 21. 

James, 9, 11. 

John, 21. 

Lydia, 111. 
Leader. Mr., 9. 
Lear, Alexander, 131. 

Elizabeth, 18, 23, 131. 

Hannah, 23. 

Mary, 19, 23. 

Mr., 13. 

Nathaniel, 23. 

Sarah, 131, 

Tobias, 18, 19, 23. 

Walker, 23. 
Leech, see Leach. 
Leighton, Abigail, 67, 98, 114, 164. 

Anne, 98. 

Deborah, 67. 

Ebenezer, 98. 

Elizabeth, 98. 

James, 98. 

John, 67, 98, 114. 

Jonathan, 114. 

Martha, 98. 

Mary, 98. 

Sarah, 98. 

Susanna, 98. 

Thomas, 177, 180. 
Leonard. O. B., 145. 
Lewis, Elizabeth, 62. 

Hannah, 27. 

John, 11, 27, 62, US. 

Philip. 10, 13. 

Richard, 12. 

Sarah, 62, 68. 

Susanna, 68. 
Libbey, Aaron S., 136. 

Abigail, 90. 

Abraham, 40, 90. 



Libbey, Arter, 35. 
Benjamin, 37, 90. 
Daniel, 52. 
Daniel R., 136. 
Elizabeth, 35, 52. 
Hannah, 34. 
Isaac, 35, 37. 
Jacob, 33, 34, 37, 40, 90. 
Jane, 35. 
Job, 37, 90. 
Johammah, 37. 
John, 35, 103. 
Joseph, 37, 90. 
Mary, 35, 37, 83, 90. 
Mehitable, 136. 
Nancy G., 136. 
Reuben, 35. 
Robert, 103. 
Ruth, 33, 35. 
Samuel, 37, 136. 
Sarah, 33, 34, 37, 40, 90, 136. 
William S., 136. 
Littlefield, Francis, 179. 
Locke, Abigail, 42, 47, 81, 91, 132, 

135, 141. 
Abigail D., 133. 
Abigail T., 141. 
Abner, 43, 84, 91. 
Ann, 133. 

Anna, 33, 86, 89 91, 174. 
Benjamin, 133. 
Daniel, 91. 

David, 42, 86, 89, 91, 133, 139. 
Deliverance, 33, 34, 35. 
Edward, 165, 174, 176. 
Eleanor, 34, 157. 
Elijah, 42. 
Elizabeth, 34, 36, 37, 38, 47, 

48, 83, 86, 95, 135, 174, 

176. 
Elizabeth M., 176. 
Elvin, 135. 
Ephraim, 34. 
Francis, 33, 34, 35, 86. 
Hannah, 33, 37, 41, 81, 84, 87, 

89, 133, 138. 
Hannah W., 141. 
Huldah, 42. 
Jacob, 43. 
James, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 81, 

165. 
James W., 141. 
Jemima, 87. 
Jethro, 91, 135, 
John, 10, 11, 38, 43, 89, 91, 

135. 
Jonathan, 42, 84, 91, 135, 139, 

144. 
Joseph, 41, 81, 91, 138, 141. 



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INDEX OF PEESONS. 



Levi, 91, 137. 

Lucretia, 141. 

Lydia, 38. 

Lydia M., 170. 

Margaret, 42. 

Mary, 27, 35, 42, 43, 83, 89, 
131, 1:15, 141, 165. 

Merebeth, 36. 

Nancy, see Anna. 

Nathaniel, 139. 

Olive S., 135. 

Patience, 42, 138, 141. 

Prudence, 35. 

Reuben, 86. 

Richard, 43, 81. 

Salome, 47. 

Samuel J., 135. 

Sarah, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 42, 
43, 81, 83, 84, 86, 89. 

Sarah A., 141. 

Simeon, 86. 

Tryphena, 43. 

William, 36, 37, 38, 42, 47, 48, 
83, 87, 92, 133, 138, 141. 
Long, John, 51. 

Patience, 51. 

Perry, 22. 

Robert, 22. 
Longstaff, see Langstalf. 
Lord, Mary 181. 
Loud, Abigail, 20. 

John, 20. 

John J., 79, 111. 

Joseph, 111. 

Sarah, 20. 
Lovell, Elisha, 22. 
Lovett, James, 14. 
Lowe, Mary, 112. 
Loyd, Allen, 11. 
Lucomb, William, 12. 
Lux, William, 10, 11. 
Mace, Mary, 59. 

Reuben, 21. 
Marble. Abigail, 111. 

Samuel, 111. 
March, Clement, 15. 

Mary, 15. 
Marden,* Abial, 89. 

Abigail, 38, 45, 46, 82, 87, 132. 
135. 

Abipzabah, 129. 

Anna, 95. 

Anna B., 143. 

Benjamin, 46, 85, 87, 88. 89, 
91, 95, 96, 134. 

Benjamin W.. 141. 

Charity, 46. 87. 

Daniel. 134. 

Dorcas, 24, 45, 95. 



Marden, Ebenezer, 45, 82, 83, 1=34. 
Elizabeth, 46, 82, 87, 89, 95, 

134, 135. 
Elizabeth M., 135. 
Esther, 45, 82, 83, 134. 
Oeorge, 82. 
Hannah, 38, 46, 83, 95, 132, 

134, 143. 
Hepzibeth, 44, 45, 81, 83, 95. 
James, 37, 38, 82, 83, 87, 132, 

134, 135. 

John, 10, 13, 37, 81, 83, 96. 
Jonathan, 24, 44, 81, 83, 95, 

96, 134. 
Jonathan T., 95. 
Joseph, 44, 134. 
Judah, 37, 38. 
Judith, 87, 132. 
Kezia, 95. 
Lavina, 135. 
Lucy, 134. 
Margaret, 96, 129. 
Mary, 24, 37, 45, 46, 82, 83, 92, 

96, 134. 
Mehitable, 96. 
Nancy, 141. 
Nancy T., 134. 
Nathan, 37. 
Nathaniel, 44, 81, 82, 95, 134, 

135, 143. 
Olive, 87, 134. 
Phebe, 45, 46. 
Prudence P., 95. 
Rachel, 85, 87, 88, 89, 91. 
Rebecca, 95, 96, 134. 
Reuben, 134, 143. 
Khoda, 135. 

Ruth, 46. 

Samuel, 24, 45, 46, 83, 95, 98, 
129, 141. 

Samuel H., 134. 

Sarah, 45, 46, 81, 13.2, 135. 

Solomon D., 85. 

Stephen, 46, 88. 

Thomas, 92. 

Timothy, 44. 

William', 22, 24, 38, 87, 89. 95, 
96, 132. 
Marrill, see Morrill. 
Marshall, Hawley, 25. 

Henry, 25. 

Joanna, 25. 

John. 22, 25. 

Joseph, 25. 

Margaret, 25. 

Martha, 25. 

Mary, 25. 

Nathaniel, 15. 

Thomas. 21. 



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209 



Marston. Hannah, 40. 

Joseph, 40. 
Marth, Isaac 22. 
Martin, Catherine, 112. 

Dan, 104. 

David, 112. 

Dorothy, 150. 

Edward, 21. 

Elizabeth, 150. 

Isaac, 112. 

Jane, 112. 

John, 22, 146, 150. 179. 

Miss, 80. 

Richard, 10, 12. 

Rosanna, 112. 
Mason, Benjamin, 187. 

Daniel, 184. 

Hannah, 184, 187. 

John, 187. 

Joseph, 187. 

Mary, 52. 

Mercy, 183, 187. 

Nicholas, 184. 

Patience, 52. 

Peter, 52. 
Maston. see Marston. 
Mathes, Abigail, 154, 

Abigail C, 103, 100, 154. 

Abraham, 102, 106. 

Benjamin, 106, 110, 111, 159. 

Daniel, 102, 103, 100, 110, 111, 
154. 

Dorothy, 102. 

Elijah, 110. 

Elizabeth, 110. 

Francis, 110. 

Jacob, 110, 111. 

Jeremiah M., 154. 

Joanna, 110. 

John, 106, 110, 111. 

Joseph, 110, 111. 

Lvdia, 110. 

Mary A., 154. 

Mr., 106. 

Robert, 106. 

Ruth, 110. 

Sarah F., 154. 

Susan, 155. 

Thomas, 110. 

Valentine, 102, 106, 154. 
Matthews, Harriet L., 111. 

Mrs., 178. 

Peter, 21. 
Mattoone. Mr., 12. 

Robert, 10. 
Ma very, Thomas, 22. 
May, Elizabeth. 173, 176. 

James, 173. 176. 

Naomi, 176. 



May, Samuel P., 80, 110. 

William, 173. 
Mead, Benjamin, 189. 

Hannah, 189. 

John, 189. 

Joseph, 182, 189. 

Susanna, 189. 

Thomas, 189. 
Meader, Abigail, 127, 128, 164. 

Anna, 128. 

Benjamin, 62, 126, 163, 164. 

Content, 173. 

Daniel, 52, 60, 62, 65, 68, 122, 
174. 

David, 162. 

Eleanor, 52. 

Elizabeth, 60, 62, 65, 68, 122, 
165. 

George, 32, 97. 

Hannah, 126, 128, 152, 174. 

James, 173. 

Jedediah, 174. 

Joel, 162. 

John, 164. 

Jonathan, 171. 

Joseph, 60, 65. 97, 118, 122, 
126, 128, 164. 

Judith, 163. 

Lemuel, 166. 

Lydia, 171. 

Lydia A., 173. 

Martha, 118. 

Mary, 126, 128, 163, 165, 169. 

Nathaniel. 52, 68, 128, 165, 
169. 

Otis, 169. 

Patience. 126, 163, 164. 

Ruth, 97. 

Sarah, 162, 166. 

Stephen, 164. 
Melcher, Edward, 10. 12. 
Meloon, Miss, 92. 
Merritt. Elias, 186. 

Esther, 186. 

.loseph, 186. 
Meserve, Jane, 14. 

Nathaniel, 14. 
Millet, Lydia, 98. 

Susanna, 101. 

Thomas, 98, 101. 
Mitchell. S., 159. 

Sarah, 157. 159. 

Stephen, 157. 

Thomas, 22. 
Moffatt, Catherine, 19. 

John, 19. 
Monroe, Hannah, 157. 

Mary, 157. 
Moody. Abigail. 190. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Moody, Daniel, 186, 190, 191. 

Elizabeth, 186. 

Hannah, 105, 191. 

Joshua, 186. 

Mary, 186, 190, 191. 

Mr., 11, 12, 13. 

Samuel, 25, 27. 

Sarah, 191. 
Mooney, Dorothy, 103. 

Jeremiah B., 103. 
Moore, Agnes, 184, 185. 

Ann, 184. 

Anna, 185. 

Anne, 83. 

Elizabeth, 184, 185. 

Hannah, 185. 

John, 184, 185. 

Lydia, 185. 

Martha, 185. 

Mary, 185. 

Rachel, 184, 185. 

Taylor, 185. 

Thomas, 184, 185. 

William, 83, 184, 185. 
Morden, see Marden. 
Morgan, Abigail, 191. 

Abraham, 192. 

Abram, 191, 192. 

Charity, 192. 

Damaris, 191, 192. 

Mary, 191. 

Richard, 192. 

Robert, 191. 
Morgin, see Morgan. 
Morey, Elizabeth, 80. 

Samuel, 86. 

Susanna, 86. 
Morrill, Abraham, 02, 06. 

Amelia, 35, 

Anna, 62, 66, 124. 

Anne, 64, 67. 

Benjamin, 33, 42. 

Content, 125. 

David, 125, 162. 

Elizabeth, 161. 

Ephraim, 162. 

Hannah, 53, 56, 62, 128, 161. 

Jedediah, 53, 62, 64, 66, 67, 
119. 

John, 53, 55, 56, 59, 62, 119. 

Joseph, 33, 34, 42, 183. 187. 

Josiah, 64. 

Levi, 34. 

Lydia, 128. 

Mary, 187. 

Miriam, 55. 

Nathaniel, 33, 34, 35. 

Peace, 59. 

Peter, 62, 128, 161. 



Morrill, Ruth, 55, 56, 59, 62. 

Sarah, 33, 34, 35, 62, 119, 125. 
128, 162. 

Susanna, 124, 162. 

Tabitha, 33, 34, 42. 

Theophilus, 34. 

Winthrop, 67, 124, 162. 
Morris, William, 9. 
Morrison, Alexander, 131. 

Mary, 131. 

Rachel, 94. 
Moses, John, 4, 9, 13. 
Moss, Joseph, 10, 11. 

Obadiah, 12. 
Moulton, Abigail, 16. 

Anne, 87. 

Bethiah, 33. 

Daniel, 11, 35, 42, 47. 

Elizabeth, 35, 36, 85, 86. 

Hannah, 86, 89. 

John, 16. 

Jonathan, 35, 36, 41, 85, 86. 89. 

Joseph, 16, 33. 

Lucy, 85, 86. 

Lydia, 42. 

Mary, 47. 

Nathan, 42. 

Xehemiah, 87. 

Phebe, 42, 47. 

Reuben, 35, 86, 89. 

Robert, 36. 

Sarah, 42, 87. 
.Mount Edgcumbe, The Earl of. 

109. 
Mowe, Dorcas, 85, 87. 

Ephraim, 85, 87. 

Hannah, 87. 

Mary, 85. 

Sarah, 85. 
Moyses, see Moses. 
Munson, Richard, 12. 
Murray, Elizabeth, 94, 95. 

Hannah, 95. 

Samuel, 94, 95. 
Mussell, Robert, 9, 1U. 
Mustell, see Mussell. 
Mussey, James, 51. 

Thomas, 51. 
Muttleberry, Ann, 27. 

Enoch, 27. 

Mary, 27. 
Muzzey, see Mussey. 
Neal, Abigail, 58, 191. 

Andrew, 51, 61, 63, 167. 

Catherine, 51. 

Dorcas, 61, 63, 67. 

Elizabeth, 127. 

James, 61, 69, 120, 127, 163. 
167. 



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Neal, John, 58, 69, 120. 

Joshua, 191. 

Kezia, 127. 

Lydia, 163. 

Olive, 191. 

Patience, 58, 69, 120. 

Richard, 21. 

Walter, 9, 13. 
Neighbour, Francis, 22, 2:!. 
Nelson, Nathaniel S., 20. 

William, 79. 
Newmarch, Joseph, 27. 
Newte, see Nute. 
Nichols, David, 66, 120, 122, 127. 

Eunice, 120. 

Hannah, 66. 

Phebe, 120, 122, 127. 

Samuel, 122. 

Sarah, 127. 
Nicholson, Henry, 19. 

Sarah, 19. 

William, 19. 
Nick, Philip, 11. 
Noble, John, 182. 

Moses, 156, 157. 
Nock, Anna, 120. 

James, 120. 

Judith, 67. 

Mary, 67. 

Mercy, 120. 

Zachariah, 67. 
Nolton, Abraham, 12. 
Norris, Benjamin, 183. 
Norton, Lydia, 102. 

Nathaniel, 102. 
Nute, James, 178. 
Nutter, Hateuil, 177, 180. 
Odiorne, John, 10, 13. 

Jotham, 21. 

Philip, 13. 
Ogden, Mr., 159, 160. 
Obi, Fer., 13. 
Onion, Thomas, 9, 12. 
Osborne, Esther, 116, 120. 

Hannah, 173. 

John, 153, 154, 157. 

Jonathan. 116. 120, 

Marble, 116, 120, 173. 

Mercy, 173. 
Oshaw, John, 21. 
Pachren, Hannah, 83. 
Page, Elizabeth O., 158. 

Enoch, 121, 124, 162. 

Hannah, 124. 

Mary, 162. 

Olivia, 158. 

Robert, 158, 159. 

Ruth, 121, 124, 162. 
Paine, Christine, 41. 



Paine, Hannah, 45. 

Henry, 21. 

James, 11. 

John, 41. 

Mary, 41. 

Moses, 45. 

Sarah, 41. 

Susanna, 95. 

William, 6, 45, 95. 
Palmer, Abigail, 91. 

Ann, 37. 

Anne, 45. 

Christopher, 34, 95, 139. 

Elizabeth, 34, 139. 

To TY-l QO Q 1 

Jonathan," 34, 37, 91, 92, 139. 

Joseph, 45, 192. 

Mary, 183. 

Samuel, 37. 

Sarah, 192. 

William, 3, 8, 45, 92. 
Parker, Adaline R., 158. 

Anna, 28. 

Benjamin, 21, 25, 28. 

Elizabeth, 25. 

Hannah, 25, 

Henry R., 29, 31. 

John F., 158. 

Robert, 158. 

Robert W., 158. 

Thomas, 11, 25, 28. 
Parsons, J. W., 139. 

Mary, 47. 

Nathaniel, 47. 

Samuel, 27, 47, 93. 

Thomas, 22. 
Partridge, John, 11. 

Nehemiah, 12, 14. 

William, 14. 
Patt, Abigail, 191. 

David, 191. 

Ebenezer, 191. 

John, 191. 
Paul, Daniel, 10. 
Pearl, John, 54. 

Mary, 54. 
Pearson, Edward N., 30. 
Peaslee, Abigail, 168. 

Abraham, 161. 

Alice, 61. 

Amos, 61, 163, 175. 

Ebenezer, 168. 

Elijah, 161, 163, 165. 

Enoch, 67. 

Esther, 161, 163, 165. 

Israel, 168. 

John, 64, 117, 165. 

Joseph, 67, 117. 

Lydia, 64. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Peaslee, Martha, 67. 

Mary, 117, 175. 

Robert, 61. 

Samuel, 175. 
Peirce, Elizabeth, 14, 15. 

George, 14. 

Joshua, 15. 
Pendleton, Briant, 6, 9, 10. 

Capt., 11. 

James, 10. 

Joseph, 6, 0. 

Mr., 6. 
Penn, William, 148. 
Pepperrell, Dorothy, 24, 27. 

Mary, 23. 
Perkins, Abraham, 102. 

Charles, 103. 

Huldah, 42. 

Lydia, 102. 
Perry, Christain, 25. 

Mary, 23. 

Richard, 22, 25. 
Persons, Mary, 4'-). 

Samuel, 43. 
Pesgraue, Peter, 11. 
Peverly, Thomas, 9, 10. 

Widow, 13. 
Pharez, Aaron, 12. 
Philbrick, Abigail. 88, 89. 129. 

Ann, 130. 

Anna, 129, 133. 

Benjamin, 130. 

Bethiah, 33. 

Charles P., 130. 

Clinton, 134. 

Daniel, 88, 89, 133, 140. 

Ebenezer, 33, 92. 

Elizabeth, 37, 38, 48. 

Elizabeth B., 140, 

Hannah, 33, 129, 130, 133. 

Ira, 140. 

James, 33, 37. 38, 48, 93, 133, 

John W., 140. 

Jonathan, 48, 129, 140. 

Joseph, 129, 130, 133, 140. 

.loses, 89, 129, 130, 133, 134. 
140. 

Levi, 133. 

Lyman, 134. 

Mary, 129, 133. 

Mercy, 88. 

Nancy, see Ann. 

Newell, 140. 

Reuben, 130. 133. 

Ruth, 33. 

Sarah, 89, 133. 140. 

Sheridan, 140. 

Susanna, 129 130. 134, 14U. 

Titus, 48. 



Phipps, Mary, 14. 

Thomas, 14. 
Pickering, John, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 

11, 12, 13, 14. 
Pike, Elizabeth, 14. 

Robert, 14. 
Pinder, Comfort, 156. 

Hannah, 156. 

Jeremiah, 156. 
Pinkham, A., 99. 

Abigail, 52, 63, 106. 

Abijah, 105. 

Augustus H., 105. 

Ballard, 99. 

Ebenezer, 54. 

Elizabeth, 105, 168, 169, 172, 
173, 174. 

Hannah (4., 172. 

John S., 105. 

Joseph, 168, 169, 172, 173. 

Margery, 106. 

Mary, 52, 53, 99. 

Nicholas, 168. 

Otis, 51, 63. 

Pamelia, 99, 100. 

Rebecca, 173. 

Rose, 63. 

Sarah, 53, 99, 105, 169. 

Solomon, 52. 

Sophia, 99. 

Susanna, 99. 

Thomas, 53, 54, 99. 

Timothy B., 99. 
Piper, Sarah, 183. 
Pitman, Benjamin, 182. 

Joseph, 182. 

Mark. 182. 

Mary, 80, 182. 

Susanna, 80, 182. 
Place, Jonathan, 172. 

Lydia, 172. 

Sarah, 172. 
Plaisted, George F., 182. 

John, 14. 
Plummer, Daniel, 124. 

Patience, 124. 

Richard, 124. 
Pomfrett, William, 177. ISO. 
Porter, Caroline, 138. 

Huntington, 138. 

•John. 138. 

Maria, 138. 

Nathaniel S„ 138. 

Samuel H., 138. 

Sarah, PIS. 

Susanna, 138. 
Powers, Mr., 111. 
Pray, Hannah, 38. 
Presson, John. 12. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



213 



Prescott, Hannah, 137. 
Puddington, see Purinton. 
Punty, Peter, 22. 
Purinton, Abigail, 68. 

Abraham, 119. 

Anna, 118, 124. 

Benajah, 120. 

Daniel, 60, 65, 72, 174. 

Daniel T., 174. 

Elisha, 65, 119, 161. 

Hezekiah, 119. 

Huldah, 161. 

Isabella, 119. 

Jacob K., 173. 

James, 127. 

John, 59, 68, 121, 124. 

Lydia, 174. 

Mary, 173. 

Micajah, 173, 

Moses, 59, 120, 121, 127. 

Peace, 120, 127. 

Robert, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12. 

Ruth, 65, 72. 

Samuel, 161. 

Stephen, 68. 

Theodate, 59, 121. 

William, 119. 

Zacheus, 60, 118, 124. 
Pym, Mary, 110. 

Quimby, Fred E., 29, 31, 79, 182. 
Quint, Eliza, 157. 

Samuel, 157. 
Ragg, Jeffrey, 6, 179. 
Raines, Francis, 7. 
Railings, see Rollins. 
Rand, Abial, 39, 45. 

Abigail, 84, 88, 95. 

Amos, 38, 82, 92. 

Amy, 94. 

Anne, 38. 

Aphiah, 137. 

Bethiah, 48, 92. 

Blake H., 182. 

David, 91. 

Deborah, 129. 

Dowst, 88. 

Ebenezer, 94. 

Elizabeth, 35, 36, 38, 39, 83, 
84, 88, 92, 93, 94, 143. 

Enoch, 94. 

Ephraim, 39, 87, 91. 

Esther, 38, 82. 

Francis, 9, 13. 

George, 48, 94. 

Hannah, 39. 

Hepzibeth, 81. 

Ira, 143. 

Israel, 87. 

John, 94, 131. 



Rand, John T., 136. 
Jonathan, 91. 
Joseph, 38, 129, 143. 
Joshua, 35, 36, 38, 39, 48, 81, 

82, 83, 84, 92. 
Levi, 143. 
Martha, 94. 
Mary, 39, 87, 91, 92, 93, 129, 

136, 137, 143. 
Mary J. W., 136. 
Mehitable, 137. 
Meribah, 39. 
Micah, 82. 
Nathaniel, 35, 36, 39, 45, 82, 

92, 136, 137. 
Nathaniel M., 143. 
Olive, 45, 136, 143. 
Philbrick, 38, 129. 
Philemon, 35. 
Rachel, 88. 
Reuben, 39, 93. 
Richard, 39, 94, 136. 
Ruth, 35, 36, 38, 39, 48. 81, 

82, 83, 84, 137. 
Samuel, 84, 87, 88, 89, 136, 

137. 
Samuel H., 143. 
Sarah, 38, 39, 84, 88, 89, 91, 

131, 137. 
Susan, 143. 
Susanna, 137. 
Temperance, 38. 
Thomas, 38, 39, 84, 88, 93, 136. 
William, 89, 131. 
Randall, Abigail, 132, 133, 142. 
Daniel, 132. 
Deborah, 132. 
Edward, 12, 81. 
Elizabeth, 132. 
Elizabeth W., 142. 
George, 81. 
Hannah, 67, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 

87, 91, 93, 132. 
Jacob, 22. 
James, 13, 165. 
James M., 82. 
John, 83, 132, 165. 
Jonathan, 93. 
Joseph, 85. 
Joses, 132. 
Levi, 142. 
Levi D., 142. 
Lucy, 91. 
Mark, 132, 133. 
Mary, 83, 142, 165. 
Olive, 132. 
Reuben, 132, 142. 
Samuel, 87, 132. 
Sarah, 67, 142. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Randall, Simon, 67. 

Stephen, 84. 

Thomas, 91. 

William, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 91, 
93. 
Randle, see Randall. 
Rawlings, see Rollins. 
Rawlins, see Rollins. 
Redford, Sarah, 17. 
Redmon, Joseph, 183. 
Reed, Elizabeth, 140. 

Hugh, 21. 

JohnG., 140. 
Reid, see Reed. 
Renals, John, 3. 

Reynell-Upham, William U., 109. 
Richards, Richard, 12. 
Richardson, Hannah, 159. 

Joseph, 159. 
Rines, Hannah, 117. 

Mary, 117. 

Thomas, 117. 
Rindge, John, 22. 
Roberts, Abigail, 65. 

Anna, 168, 172. 

Anne, 66. 

David, 126, 167, 170. 

Eliza, 175. 

Elizabeth, 61, 66, 121, 124, 
167, 168, 170, 172. 

Ephraim, 167. 

Eunice, 166, 170, 171, 172, 175. 

Hannah, 63, 166, 167, 168, 175. 

James, 120, 166, 170, 171, 172, 
175. 

Jeremiah, 170, 175. 

John, 72. 

Joseph, 7, 117, 168, 172. 

Kezia, 60, 61, 63, 65, 69, 71, 72, 
117, 121. 

Lydia, 69. 

Mary, 126. 

Moses, 66, 120, 121. 124. 127. 
167, 172. 

Mr. [Thomas], 178. 

Nathaniel, 126. 

Nicholas, 168. 

Sarah, 60. 

Stephen, 60, 61, 63, 65, 69. 71. 
72, 117, 121, 172. 

Thomas, 121, 168, 175. 

Walter, 175. 

William, 179. 
Roberson, see Robinson. 
Robinson, Abigail, 186. 

Anna, 175. 

Bathsheba, 186. 

Daniel, 116, 122. 

David, 184, 186. 



Robinson, David Y., 79. 

Elizabeth, 53, 116, 122, 175, 
176. 

Esther, 186. 

Hannah, 176, 183, 186. 

James, 122, 188, 191. 

John, 188. 

Jonathan, 191. 

Joseph, 188. 

Lucy, 186. 

Lydia, 186. 

Margaret, 116. 

Mary, 51, 52, 53, 62, 66, 71, 
166, 188, 191. 

Sarah, 52, 66, 186, 188. 

Timothy, 52, 53, 62, 66, 71, 
166, 175, 176. 
Roger, Joseph, 10, 
Rogers, Aaron, 114, 128. 

Daniel, 106. 

Deborah, 126. 

Dorothy, 106. 

Elizabeth, 17, 56, 128. 

Eunice, 126. 

Hannah, 58, 71. 

Isaac, 58, 71, 113. 

John, 16. 

Jonathan, 58, 114. 

Josiah, 56. 

Levi, 113. 

Lydia, 71, 72, 113, 116. 

Nathaniel, 16, 17. 

Patience, 58. 

Paul, 71, 126. 

Robert, 56. 

Sarah, 16, 17, 114, 128. 
Rollins, David, 187. 

Elizabeth, 187. 

Esther, 187. 

Hannah, 183, 189, 

James, 179. 

John, 190. 

Jonathan, 187. 

Joseph, 189. 

Lydia, 187. 

Mary, 187, 189, 190. 

Moses, 187. 

Rachel, 189. 

Rebecca, 190. 

Robert, 190, 

Sarah, 187, 190. 

Stephen, 190. 

Thomas, 187, 
Rowe, Abigail, 91. 

Nicholas, 3, 9, 10. 
Rundlett, Charles, 189. 

Daniel, 189. 

Elizabeth, 189. 

James, 189. 



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215 



Rundlett, Jonathan, 189. 

Josiah, 189. 

Lydia, 189. 

Mary, 189, 

Ruth, 183. 

Sarah, 189. 

Theophilus, 183, 189. 
Runyon, Anna, 150. 

Benjamin, 150. 

John, 150. 

Martha, 150. 

Samuel, 150. 

Vincent, 150. 
Russell, Philip, 11. 
Sadler, Edward, 22. 

Safford, Alice, 18. 

John, 18. 

Mary, 18. 

Thomas, 18. 

William, 18. 
Salter, Alexander, 88. 

Elizabeth, 88. 

John, 88. 
Sampson, John, 12. 
Richard, 12. 
Sanborn, Dorothy, 110. 

Dudley, 116. 

John R., 99. 

Mary, 116. 
Sankey, Caesar, 72. 
Sargent, Edward, 23. 

John, 10. 

Joseph, 23. 

Nathaniel, 23. 

Ruth, 23. 

Sarah, 15. 
Saunders, Abigail, 88. 

Elizabeth, 130, 141. 

(George, 130. 

Hannah, 130. 

John, 88, 141. 

Martha, 130. 

Mary, 93, 130. 

Mercy, 130. 

Samuel, 130. 

Sarah, 88, 130, 141. 

Tryphena, 88. 
Savage, Henry, 10, 12. 
Saward, see Seward. 
Sawyer, Bilfield, 113. 

Charles H., 79. 

Content, 167. 

Elijah, 175. 

Elizabeth, 164. 

Hannah, 66. 

Huldah, 66, 72, 

Jacob, 51, 55, 57, 65, 114, 116. 
161, 167. 

Levi, 172. 



Sawyer, Mary, 72, 164, 172. 

Miriam, 175. 

Moses, 55, 65, 66, 72. 

Patience, 116. 

Sarah, 55, 57, 65, 113, 114, 
116, 161, 167. 

Stephen, 55, 57, 65, 113, 114, 
164, 172. 

Susanna, 65. 

William, 175. 
Sayward, John, 12. 
Scammon, Barnabas, 192. 

Elizabeth, 52, 58, 192. 

James, 192. 

Rachel, 191, 192. 

Richard, 52, 58, 191. 

Samuel, 191. 

William, 183, 191, 192. 
Seavey, Abigail, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 
81. 

Catherine, 86. 

Charles, 144. 

Deborah, 39. 

Elijah, 86. 

Elizabeth, 40, 41, 92, 136, 143, 
144. 

Eliza J., 144. 

Hannah, 38, 39, 92, 136. 

Henry, 35, 40, 86. 

Ithamar, 35, 41. 

James, 81. 

Joanna, 38, 92. 

Jonathan, 41. 

Joseph, 38, 39. 

Joses, 136. 

Joshua, 136. 

Margaret, 96. 

Mary, 35, 41, 86. 

Mary M., 136. 

Mehitable, 41, 140. 

Moses, 41. 

Nathaniel, 136. 

Olive, 136. 

Oliver, 144. 

Paul, 140. 

Ruth, 86. 

Samuel, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 92. 
144. 

Sarah, 36, 136, 140. 

Solomon, 39. 

Sophronia, 144. 

Theodore, 143. 

Thomas, 9, 10, 13. 

William, 4, 9, 10. 12. 

William G., 143. 

Winthrop, 136. 
Seeley, Mr., 179. 
Seferat, Philip, 12. 
Seward, Richard, 7, 9, 10. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Schegel, Benjamin, 46. 

Christopher, 39, 40, 46, 85. 

Deborah, 39, 40, 46, 85. 

Jacob, 40, 85. 

Mary, 39. 
Scribner. Benjamin, 126. 

Huldah, 126. 

Margaret, 126. 
Shackford, John, 19. 
Shannon/ Anne, 84, 86. 

Elizabeth, 84. 

John, 86. 

Morris, 22. 

Thomas, 84, 86. 

William, 86. 
Shapley, Dorcas P., 144. 

Henry, 144. 

Mary, 144, 

Rachel, 144. 

Samuel, 144. 

Samuel B., 144. 
Shares, Robert, 11. 
Sharp, Sarah, 72. 
Shaw, Abraham, 16. 

Elizabeth, 16. 

Nancy, 16. 

William, 16. 
Sheaf e, Elizabeth, 27. 

Henry, 26. 

Jacob, 26, 158. 

Mary, 26. 

Matthew, 26. 

Mehitable, 26, 27, 158, 159, 
160. 

Sampson, 21, 22, 26, 27. 

Samuel, 26. 

Sarah, 26, 27. 
Sherborn, see Sherburne. 
Sherburne, Agnes, 19. 

Andrew, 94. 

Elizabeth, 94. 

Henry, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 13. 

John, 4, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12. 

Martha, 94. 

Samuel, 13, 94. 

Susanna, 94. 

Thomas, 94. 
Sherman, Roger, 182. 
Shipway, Mr., 12. 
Shortridge, Alice, 181. 

L. E., 80. 

Mary, 182. 

Richard, 12, 80, 181. 182. 

Susanna, 181. 
Simes, Hannah, 16. 

John, 16. 
Simpson, Abigail, 28. 

Andrew, 106. 

Andrew L., 106. 



Simpson, Caroline, 106. 

Hannah, 27. 

James, 106. 

John, 27, 28. 

Joseph, 27, 28. 

Mary, 28. 

Miriam, 28. 

Sarah, 27. 

Susanna, 20. 

Theodore, 28. 
• Thomas, 20. 
Sinclair, Charles, 102. 

Richard, 102. 
Sinkler, Rachel, 184. 

Richard, 184. 
Skate, James, 12. 
Slade, Benjamin, 23. 
Sloper, Richard, 10, 13. 
Small, Elizabeth C, 100. 

Francis, 179. 

George S., 100. 

James, 100. 

John, 100. 

Joseph, 18. 

Nathaniel, 100. 
Smalley, John, 149. 
Smith, Addison, 160. 

Alfred, 155, 160. 

Almira, 159. 

Anna, 112. 

Benjamin, 98, 100, 156, 16U. 

Chad, 172. 

Charles, 160. 

Charlotte, 160. 

Daniel, 102, 157. 

David, 34, 47. 

Deborah, 47. 

Ebenezer, 98, 158, 159, 160. 

Ebenezer J., 151. 

Elizabeth, 98, 100, 103, 156, 
160, 172. 

Emily, 160. 

George, 97, 177. 

George F., 156. 

Gideon C, 172. 

Hamilton, 102. 

Hannah, 157, 16U. 

Henry, 160. 

Henry B., 159. 

Israel, 34. 

Jacob S., 160. 

James, 100. 

James S., 159. 

Jemima, 98. 

Jeremiah, 160. 

Jesse, 100. 

John, 97, 98, 100, 102, 160. 

John E., 156. 

Joseph, 157, 160. 



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Smith, Joseph E., 159. 

Joshua B., 156. 

Leah, 183. 

Leonard, 102. 

Louisa S., 159. 

Love, 98, 101. 

Lydia, 98, 100, 112, 156. 

Margaret, 105, 160. 

Mary, 47, 92. 97, 100, 102, 151, 
157, 160. 

Mary E., 156. 

Mary J., 157. 

Mary W., 160. 

Matilda, 102. 

Mehitable, 159, 160. 

Merebeth, 47. 

Millet J., 100. 

Patience, 160. 

Quince, 10. 

Reuben, 183. 

Robert, 160. 

Samuel, 156, 160. 

Sarah, 34, 47, 100, 102, 159, 
160. 

Stephen, 102. 

Susan A., 110, 182. 

Susan R., 159. 

Temperance, 160. 

Thomas, 98, 102. 

Thomas M., 151. 

Valentine, 98, 99, 101, 102, 
104, 105, 106, 151, 153, 
154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 
159, 160. 

Warren, 102. 

William R., 156. 

William J., 190. 

Winthrop, 103. 157. 
Snell, Joanna, 116. 

John, 116. 

Thomas, 116. 
Soper, John, 13. 
Southwick, Daniel, 125. 

Elizabeth, 125. 

Jonathan, 125. 
Squire, Bartholomew, 10. 
Stackpole, E. S., 181. 

Everett S., 107, 109. 

Samuel, 128. 

Thomas, 128. 

Zeruiah, 128. 
Star, Mr., 12. 
Starbird, John, 156. 
Starbuck, Edward, 178. 
Stelle, Jonathan, 155. 
Stephins, see Stevens. 
Stevens, Ann, 185. 

Anna, 185. 

Benjamin, 188. 



Stevens, Caleb, 12. 

Catherine, 184, 188. 

Chase, 114. 

David, 185, 188. 

Hannah, 114. 

John, 21, 114, 188. 

Jonathan, 188. 

Joshua, 110. 

Mary, 110. 

Mehitable, 183, 188. 

Nathaniel, 185, 188. 

Samuel, 188. 

Sarah, 185, 188. 
Stevenson, Bartholomew, 103. 

James, 97. 

John, 97, 

Richard, 103. 

Thomas, 97, 178. 
Stileman, Elias, 11. 

Richard, 11. 
Stillson, James, 21. 

Lettice, 153. 
Stivers, Andrew, 131. 
Stockbridge, Abraham, 187. 

John, 187. 

Mary, 187. 
Story, William, 177. 
Sullivan, John, 102. 
Swain, Isaiah, 71. 

John, 70. 

Margaret, 65. 

Rebecca, 65. 

Richard, 65, 70, 71. 

Sarah, 70, 71. 
Tabor, Eunice, 126. 

Jacob, 121. 

John, 126. 

Reuben, 126. 

Sarah, 121. 
Taler, Henry, 3. 
Tare, see Torr. 
Tarlton, Elias, 22. 
Tate, Elizabeth, 104. 

John, 104. 
Taylor, Anna, 184. 

Edward, 184. 

John, 184. 

Jonathan, 184. 

Mark, 184. 

Nathan, 184. 

Rachel, 184. 
Terry, John, 11. 
Thacher, Joseph, 51. 

Richard, 22. 
Thomas, Elizabeth, 99. 
Thompson, Abigail, 100. 

Abigail J., 152. 

Alfred, 99. 

Anna, 100. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Thompson, Anne, 97. 

Anne H., 97. 

Arnold, 176. 

Benjamin, 97. 

Ebenezer, 97. 

Edmund, 99, 100. 

George, 22. 

Hannah, 99. 

Hyrena, 171, 173. 

James, 100. 

John, 99, 100, 152. 

John B., 97. 

John E., 152. 

John W. E., 99. 

Jonathan, 99. 

Lewis, 176. 

Love, 99. 

Lucien, 29, 31, 109. 

Martha, 97. 

Mary, 97. 

Moses, 100. 

Nicholas, 100. 

Olney, 171, 173. 

Phebe A., 176. 

Samuel, 100. 

Sarah, 97, 152. 

Thomas. 99. 
Thurston, Abigail, 192. 

Moses, 184. 

Sarah, 192. 

Stephen, 192. 
Tibbetts, Abigail, 51. 

Alice, 124. 

Anne, 118. 

Catherine, 55. 

Charles W., 29, 31, 32, 79, 109, 
182. 

Elijah, 54. 

Elizabeth, 54, 57, 66, 118. 

Ephraim, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 
112. 

Ezekiel, 124. 

Henry, 53, 178. 

Jane, 166, 167. 

John, 166, 

Joseph, 54, 57, 59, 61, 63. 

Lois, 166. 

Love, 59. 

Mary, 54, 68. 

Obadiah, 118. 

Rose, 50, 53, 54, 57, 59, 61. 

Ruth, 124. 

Sarah, 59, 63. 

Thomas, 12. 
Tibbott, see Tibbetts, 
Tilton, Abigail, 192. 

Abraham, 192. 

Abram, 161. 

Daniel, 191. 



Tilton, Elizabeth, 191, 192. 

Lydia, 191. 

Me hi table, 191. 
Torr, John, 177. 

Mary, 197. 
Torrey, David, 115. 

Elizabeth, 115. 

James, 115. 
Towle, Anne, 47, 84, 95. 

Huldah, 90. 

James, 47. 

Jonathan, 47, 84. 

Joseph, 47. 

Levi, 47. 

Nathan, 84. 

Samuel, 47. 
Treadwell, Mr., 22. 
Tredick, William, 80. 
Treferrin, see Trefethen. 
Trefethen, Abigail, 131, 132. 

Elizabeth, 131, 132. 

Foster, 22. 

Henry, 21, 22, 131, 132. 

Joseph, 131. 

Lucretia, 131. 

Margaret, 132. 

Mary, 131. 

Nathaniel, 132. 

Robinson, 131, 132. 

Salome, 131. 

William, 131, 132. 
Trickett, Thomas, 179. 
Trickee, see Trickey. 
Trickey, Francis, 9. 
Trimings, Oliver, 3, 9. 
Trueworgey, Samuel, 11. 
Trundy, John, 22. 

Sarah, 95. 
Tucker, Elizabeth, 130, 131, 139. 

Elizabeth H., 139, 140. 

Esther, 46. 

Francis, 11. 

James, 140. 

John, 12, 139. 

John W., 140. 

Joseph, 131, 139, 140. 

Joseph P., 139. 

Mary, 46, 82, 130. 

Nathaniel, 46, 130, 131. 

Richard, 11, 131. 

Sarah, 46, 131. 

Susanna, 46. 

William, 46, 82, 130, 131. 
Tuckerman, Nathaniel, 21. 
Tuttle, Abigail, 61. 

Anne, 169, 171. 

Bathsheba, 66. 

Deborah, 126. 

Ebenezer, 67, 126. 



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Tuttle, Elijah, 63, 116, 118. 

Esther, 63, 116. 

Hope, 58. 

James, 53, 63, 118. 

John, 178. 

Joseph, 169. 

Mary, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 66, 
67. 

Phebe, 53. 

Reuben, 62, 

Rose, 53, 118, 171. 

Sarah, 57. 

Thomas, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 
66, 67. 

Tobias, 126. 

William, 116, 169, 171. 
Twomblin, see Twombly. 
Twombly, Anne, 60. 

Daniel, 56. 

Isaac, 170. 

John, 52, 53, 56, 60. 

Martha, 60. 

Mary, 59, 170. 

Rachel, 52. 

Samuel, 52. 

Sarah, 53, 56. 
Underwood, Abigail, 28. 

Benjamin, 28. 

John, 21. 

Joseph, 28. 

Temperance, 28. 
Varney, Abigail, 52, 54, 55, 56, 60, 
119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 
162, 172, 173, 174. 

Amos, 69, 162, 167, 169, 174. 

Anna, 128, 172, 176. 

Anne, 55 

Caleb, 117, 167, 172. 

Charles, 165, 173. 

Charlotte, 169. 

Content, 56, 58, 60, 121. 

Daniel, 62, 122, 126, 169. 

Deborah, 161. 

Deliverance, 115, 117, 121, 
122, 124, 164. 

Dorothy, 65, 67. 

Ebenezer, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 

60, 61, 69, 71, 114, 116, 117. 
Eli, 169. 

Elizabeth, 52, 53, 54, 55, 60, 

61, 69, 71, 114, 115, 116, 
117, 119, 123, 124, 161, 
169, 171, 174. 

Enoch, 114. 
Eunice, 121, 165, 170. 
Ezekiel, 124. 
Festus, 162, 174, 175. 
George, 169. 
George D., 168, 174. 



Varney, Hannah, 69, 116, 117, 118, 
119, 125, 162, 173, 174, 175. 

Hanson, 114. 

Hezekiah, 116, 117, 125. 

Hope, 122. 

Huldah, 65, 120, 127, 167, 172. 

Humphrey, 118. 

Isaac, 116, 117, 174. 

James, 123, 126, 169, 170. 

John, 49, 52, 56, 60, 117, 162. 

Jonathan, 50, 115, 116, 119, 
124, 161. 

Joseph, 51, 54, 55, 60, 66, 69, 
118, 161, 168. 

Joshua, 66, 125, 128. 

Judith, 52, 60, 123, 128. 

Lydia, 53, 58, 117, 169, 174. 

Margaret, 60. 

Martha, 53, 122, 126. 

Mary, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 
64, 68, 69, 114, 115, 117, 
118, 124, 125, 128, 161, 162, 

167, 168, 169, 174. 
Matilda, 170. 

Mercy, 57, 60, 61, 62, 66, 115, 

121, 168. 
Miriam, 162. 
Mordecai, 127. 
Moses, 52, 61, 118, 125, 127, 

128, 161. 
Nathan, 61, 122, 123, 162. 
Nathaniel, 56, 58, 60, 121, 125. 
Othniel, 167, 176. 
Otis, 115. 
Patience, 56, 118. 
Paul, 50, 114, 123. 
Peter, 52, 53, 54. 
Phebe, 127. 
Reuben, 162, 174. 
Rhoda, 175. 
Richard, 115, 118. 
Richard I., 176. 
Samuel, 54, 64, 69, 115, 118, 

124, 168. 
Sarah, 49, 54, 56, 60, 119, 124, 

168, 169, 170, 174. 
Sarah P., 174. 
Shubael, 115, 168. 
Stephen, 50, 57, 60, 61, 62, 66, 

68, 115, 117, 121, 124, 164, 

168. 
Susanna, 52, 61, 113, 161, 169. 
Temperance, 69, 118. 
Thomas, 50, 65, 67, 69, 71, 161. 
Timothy, 60, 64, 119, 120, 121, 

124, 162. 
Tobias, 68, 165, 169. 
William, 172. 
Vaughan, William, 11, 12. 



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INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Veasey, Agnes, 184. 

Elizabeth, 183. 

George, 183, 192. 

Hannah, 186, 192. 

Judah, 192. 

Samuel, 183, 186. 

Sarah, 186. 

Simon, 192. 

Thomas, 192. 
Venerd, see Vennard. 
Vennard, John, 22. 
Verril, Abigail L., 141. 

Joseph, 141. 

Joses, 141. 

Phena P., 141. 

Sarah, 141. 
Vnderwood, see Underwood. 
Wakeham, Thomas, 12. 
Walderne, see Waldron. 
Waldron, Elizabeth, 137, 140. 

Elizabeth S., 137. 

George, 140. 

Jonathan B., 137, 140. 

Joshua F., 137. 

Mary W., 137. 

Richard, 179. 

Richard H., 137. 

Robert S., 137. 
Walford, Jeremiah, 5, 6, 9, 10, 21. 

Thomas, 2, 5, 9, 10. 
Walker, Caroline, 153. 

Joseph, 9, 13. 

Mark W., 152, 156. 

Philip, 182. 

Richard, 182. 

Sarah, 152, 153. 

Seth S., 152, 153. 

William, 12. 
Wall, John, 3. 
Wallace, George, 11, 12. 

Hannah, 132. 

Samuel, 132. 

Sarah, 132. 

William, 93. 
Wallis, see Wallace. 
Walton, George, 6, 8, 9, 177. 
Ward, John, 22. 
Warren, Abigail, 56, 58. 

Alden, 58. 

Gideon, 56. 

Gilbert, 56, 58. 
Waterhouse, Elizabeth, 14. 

Samuel, 14. 
Watkins, Andrew, 27. 

Dorothy, 27. 

John, 22, 27. 

William, 27. 
Watson, Jonathan, 51. 

Mary, 51. 



Webb, George, 177. 
Webber, Hannah, 64. 

James, 64. 

Keturah, 64. 

Lydia, 17. 

Richard, 12, 17. 
Webster, Abiah, 45, 48. 

Abigail, 137. 

Ann, 45. 

Charity, 92. 

David, 135. 

Elizabeth, 23, 48, 137. 

Fanny, 135. 

Hannah, 138. 

John, 5, 8, 9, 10, 45, 83, 135. 

Josiah, 23, 45, 48, 82, 83, 85, 
91, 135. 

Levi L., 135. 

Mark R., 138. 

Martha, 45, 48, 82, 83, 85, 91, 
135, 137, 138. 

Mary, 26, 135. 

Nathaniel, 135. 

Olive R., 138. 

Richard, 85, 137, 138. 

Sarah, 23, 26, 48, 135, 138. 

Shadrach, 21, 26. 

Susan, 181. 
Wedge, Thomas, 10. 
Wedgwood, Elizabeth D., 100. 

John, 100. 

Lot, 103. 
Weeks, Joshua, 92. 

Leonard, 10, 13. 
Welch, George, 22. 

John T.; 29, 31. 
Wendell, Dorothy, 166. 

Elizabeth, 137. 

Isaac, 166. 

John, 166. 
Wentworth, Abra, 123. 

Hannah, 123. 

John, 123. 

Samuel, 11. 

William T., 182. 
West, Edward, 11. 
Westbrook, John, 12. 
Weymouth, Joshua, 59, 68. 

Mary, 68. 

Mehitable, 59. 

Sarah, 59, 68. 

Tabitha, 55. 
Whidden, John, 12. 

Samuel, 12. 
White, Joseph, 27. 

Mary, 27. 

Nathan, 21, 27. 

Nathaniel, 12. 

Solomon, 27. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



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Whitefoot, Robert, 22. 
Whitehouse, Jonathan, 104. 

Judith, 61. 

Mehitable, 164. 

Sarah, 164. 

Thomas, 51. 
Whittemore, Arthur Gr., 29, MO, 

31. 
Whitten, Rebecca, 95. 
Whittier, Anna A., 166. 

John, 164. 

John G., 164. 

Joseph, 119, 164. 

Mary, 172. 

Obadiah, 119, 166, 168, 172. 

Sarah, 119, 164, 166, 168, 173. 
Whittle, Thomas, 22. 
Wiggin, Abigail, 187. 

Andrew, 128, 187. 

Bradstreet, 187. 

Chase, 128. 

Elizabeth. 128, 187. 

Hannah, 183. 

Jonathan, 187. 

Lvdia, 156, 157. 

Mary, 187. 

Mary P., 156, 157. 

Nicholas, 187. 

Sarah, 191. 

Thomas, 183, 191. 

William, 156, 157. 
Wilbur, Anna, 173. 

William, 173. 
Willey, Mark, 103. 

Robert. 103. 

Thomas, 178. 
Williams, Daniel, 22. 

Francis, 3, 9. 

Roger, 147. 

Thomas, 3, 5. 
Wills, Anne, 84. 

Deborah, 42. 

Elizabeth, 89. 



Wills, Isaiah, 84. 

John, 84, 89. 

Priscilla, 42, 84, 89. 

Samuel, 42, 84, 89. 

Sarah, 89. 

Simon, 42. 
Wilson, John, 22. 
Wimble, Elizabeth, 110. 

Rebecca, 110. 

William, 110. 
Wingate, Deborah, 171. 

John, 170. 

Jonathan, 171. 

Love, 170. 

Susanna, 170. 

William, 171. 
Winkley, Charlotte C, 151. 

James F., 151. 

John, 151. 

Mary A. F.. 151. 

Mrs., 19. 
Winslow, Anna, 120. 

Benjamin, 62, 65, 70. 

Charity, 66, 71, 72, 120. 

Ebenezer, 72. 

Hope, 62, 65, 70. 

James, 66. 

Jane, 120. 

Job, 71. 

Joseph, 120. 

Nathan, 6Q, 71, 72, 120. 

Oliver, 70. 

Samuel, 62, 120. 
Wollis, see Wallace. 
Woodard, Huldah, 181. 
Wotten, John, 3, 5, 9. 
Wright, Elizabeth, 110. 

Samuel, 110. 
Yeaton, Benjamin, 22. 

Elizabeth, 152. 

John, 21, 152. 

Lydia, 152. 
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Historic and Picturesque 

A Volume of Information. 

1902. 

A very complete and accurate compendium of over two hun- 
dred historic places and things, from the earliest settlement, in 
1623. Illustrated with nearly four hundred half-tone engrav- 
ings from photographs, especially made for this work ; with old 
maps, drawings, etc. One hundred and eighteen pages of his- 
tory ; one hundred and sixteen pages of engravings. Octavo, 
cloth, $1.50, paper, $1.00. 

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GENEALOGIST AND TOPOGRAPHEE. 

"Examine well your blood." "He 

From John of Gaunt doth bring his pedigree. 1 ' 

Shakespeare. 

ANCESTRY, English, Scotch, Irish and Colonial, traced from 
State Records by expert in emigrant pedigrees. Advice as to 
Arms, Crests and lost links of ancestry, free if stamps enclosed. 

Address: Me. W. Reynell-Upham, 

4 Rill Terrace, Exmouth, England. 

BOOKS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 

Dover Historical Collections, Vol. I, pp. 305. By Dover 

Historical Society, Dover, N. H. 1894. Price $2.50. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Society have a few 
volumes of the above work, new, which they are willing to sell 
for the price quoted or to exchange for standard genealogical 
works. 

Address, C. W. Tibbetts, 

Financial Agt. N. H. Gen. Society, 

Dover, N. H. 

The Essex Antiquarian 

As Illustrated Quarterly Magazine devoted to the History* Genealogy, Biography 
and Antiquities of Essex County, Mast., Edited by SIDNEY PERLE Y, Esq. 

Vol. I (1897) bound in full blue buckram, $5.00, postpaid. Vols. II, III, IV, V and 
VI, uniformly bound, with Vol. I, $2.00 each. Single copies, 25 cents each. 

Numbers can be supplied containing genealogies of the following families: Abbot, Aborn, Abraham, 
Acie, Acres, Adams, Ager, Allen, Alley, Ames, Andrews, Annable, Annis, Appleton, Archer, 
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Baisett; also all cemetery inscriptions (1650-1800) in Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Brad- 
ford, Danvers, Essex ; Byfield and Bockport church records; Salem Quarterly Court Records (1636- 
1653); old Norfolk County Records (1649-1669); early wills ;maps; military rolls; and a large amount 
of original historical and genealogical matter relating to the county. VOL. VII BEGAN WITH 
THE JANUARY, 1903, ISSUE. ONE DOLLR PER ANNUM. 

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Volume 1. APRIL, 1904. Number 4. 

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Genealogical Record* 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 



DEVOTED TO THE 

Genealogy, History and Biography of New Hampshire. 

Official Organ of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 
CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 



CONTENTS. 

New Jersey's Indebtedness to New Hampshire. 145> 

Genealogical Records of Durham. - 151 

Births, Marriages and Deaths. - 151 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting. 161 

Marriages. - - -- - - -161 

Dover Tax Rate, 1648. 17 T 

Notes and Queries. 180 

Donations 182 

Genealogical Records of Stratham. - - 183 

Births, Marriages and Deaths. - - - 183 

Index of Persons. 193 



Subscription Price, One Dollar per annum, in advance. 
Single Numbers, Twenty-five Cents. 



DOVER, N. H. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Record. 

1904. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE LAWYERS. 

A. G. Whittemore, 366 Central Avenue, Dover N. H. 

Walter W. Scott, Room 6, Masonic Temple, " 
D wight Hall, 349 Central Avenue, " 

James A. Edgerly, Savings Bank Block, Somersworth, 
William S. Pierce, Watson Building, " 

Edmund S. Boyer, Pray Building, " 

William S. MATHEws,Main Street, " 

William F. Russell, Great Falls Hotel Block, " 
Forrest L. Marsh, 30 Main Street, Milton Mills, 

Leslie P. Snow, Over National Bank, Rochester, 

Edward H. Adams, 3 Market Street, Portsmouth, 
Page & Bartlett, 11 Pleasant Street, " 

Calvin Page. John H. Bartlett. 



POKTSMOUTH 



Historic and Picturesque 

A Volume of Information. 
1902. 
A very complete and accurate compendium of over two hun- 
dred historic places and things, from the earliest settlement, in 
1623. Illustrated with nearly four hundred half-tone engrav- 
ings from photographs, especially made for this work ; with old 
maps, drawings, etc. One hundred and eighteen pages of his- 
tory ; one hundred and sixteen pages of engravings. Octavo, 
cloth, $1.50, paper, $1.00. 

C. S. GURNEY, - Portsmouth, N. H. 



Barry P. Henderson, 

Snsurance 

and 

ffieal Cstate. 

478 Central Ave., Dover, N. H. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GENEALOGIST AND TOPOGRAPHER. 

"Examine well your blood. " "He 

From John of Gaunt doth bring his pedigree." 

Shakespeare. 

ANCESTRY, English, Scotch, Irish and Colonial, traced from 
State Records by expert in emigrant pedigrees. Advice as to 
Arms, Crests and lost links of ancestry, free if stamps enclosed. 

Address: Mr. W. Reynell-Upham, 

4 Rill Terrace, Exmouth, England. 

BOOKS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 

Dover Historical Collections, Vol. I, pp. 305. By Dover 

Historical Society, Dover, N. H. 1894. Price $2.50. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Society have a few 
volumes of the above work, new, which they are willing to sell 
for the price quoted or to exchange for standard genealogical 
works. 

Address, C. W. Tibbetts, 

Financial Agt. N. H. Gen. Society, 

Dover, N. H. 

The Essex Antiquarian 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine devoted to the History, Genealogy, Biography 
and Antiquities of Essex County, Mass., Edited fay SIDNEY PERLEY, Esq. 

Vol. I (1897) bound in full b'ue buckram, $5.00, postpaid. Vols. II, III, IV, V and 
VI, uniformly bound, with Vol. I, $2.00 each. Single copies, 25 cents each. 

Numbers can be supplied containing genealogies of the following fanvlies: Abbot, Aborn, Abraham, 
Acie, Acres, Adams, Ager, Allen, Alley, Ames, Andrews, Amiable, Annis, Appleton, Archer, 
Ashby, Atkins, Atkinsou, Atwood, Austin, Averill, Ayer, Babbidge, Babson, Bacon, Babcock, 
Badger, Bagley, Bailey, Baker, Balch, Ballard, Bancroft, Barker, Barnard, Barr, Bartlett and 
Bassett; also all cemetery inscriptions (1650-1800) in Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Brad- 
ford, Danvers, Essex ; Byfield and Bockport church records ; Salem Quarterly Court Records (1636- 
1653): old Norfolk County Records(i64g-i669l; early wills ; maps: military rolls; and a large amount 
of original historical a--d genealogical matter r-lating to the coun'y. VOL. VII BEGAN WITH 
THE JANUARY, 1903, ISSUE. ONE DOLLR PER ANNUM- 

The Essex Antiquarian, Salem, Massachusetts. 

Book Printina in al1 its Branches at 

mmmmmmmLm—m—lm Office of 



Foster's &aily Democrat, 

Dover. //. /f 



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